Tag Archive: #ransomware

New York County is Still Scrambling to Recover From Ransomware From 8 Months Ago

Eight months after a ransomware attack on Suffolk County in Long Island, New York, officials are still scrambling to…

Ruholamin Haqshanas
May 31, 2023

LockBit Ransomware is Targeting MacOS For First Time Say Researchers

LockBit ransomware has started targeting Apple computers for the first, despite previously being focused on Windows, Linux, and virtual…

Ruholamin Haqshanas
April 17, 2023

Microsoft-Approved Drivers Used to Hack Targets in Ransomware Attacks

Security researchers at Sophos say they have evidence that Cuba, a hacker group, abused vulnerabilities in Microsoft-approved hardware drivers…

Ilija Miljkovac
January 20, 2023

Celebrating Businesses That Made Their Way Through a Pandemic

When we stop and think about it, arguably the most impressive element of the pandemic is how businesses of…

Mark Roberts
December 3, 2021
Small Business

An Emerging Epidemic: Ransomware [Infographic]

Ransomware attacks are on the rise. New projections predict that at least 75% of IT organizations will experience at…

Brian Wallace
November 2, 2021

Humans and Tech: the Key to Stopping Ransomware [Infographic]

Ransomware attacks have skyrocketed by 400% since the beginning of the COVID pandemic. The massive surge in employees suddenly…

Brian Wallace
October 5, 2021

Website Security for Small Business: Everything You Need to Know

There was a time when only large corporations and government agencies had to worry about hackers and cybercriminals. Not…

Shannon Roxborough
February 9, 2021
Small Business

The Future of Ransomware: Preparing for the Next Generation of Ransomware Attacks

Ransomware has been the scourge of cybersecurity and may have led to a recent death. Now it soon may…

Isaac Kohen
December 1, 2020

Cyber Insurance: Changing Dynamics in a Maturing Market

Skills and data are building up, leading to less favourable conditions for negligent buyers My company’s recent review of…

JC Gaillard
September 22, 2020

Remote Work Risks for Small Businesses [Infographic]

In the wake of COVID-19, cybercriminals have been quick to exploit the sudden increase in remote workers. Haphazard, makeshift…

Paul Lipman
April 21, 2020

Protecting Your Business from a Ransomware Attack

National headlines about ransomware attacks crippling Baltimore City and Cleveland Hopkins International Airport might leave smaller businesses thinking that…

James Spillane
May 24, 2019

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