In traditional corporate espionage, data has value to the intruder. With ransomware, the data has the most value to the business under attack.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably heard of ransomware by now.
Like many of the leading ransomware strains today, CryptoLocker is constantly being adapted to avoid detection by the leading solutions of defense available.
Alliance Brokerage Corp, an insurance agency from Long Island NY, was recently hit with a ransomware attack.
CryptoLocker is one of the most common strains of ransomware attacking companies around the world every single day.
While National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM) is in its 13th year, it may carry more weight than ever in 2016.
Ransomware is running rampant across the globe, and the authorities are taking notice.
Don’t let the name fool you, MarsJoke is no laughing matter.
Take a look at some of the statistics behind Datto's ransomware report.
Are you one of the 500 million Yahoo users whose accounts may have been compromised?
“We want to serve our patients, not worry about IT.”
The FBI is urging ransomware victims to report infections.
Cyber thieves may finally start paying for their crimes.
Apple computers have become everyday staples of the business world. Despite this trend, Mac data protection options are limited.
Imagine arriving at your office to find your computer has been taken hostage by a criminal demanding a $700 ransom in exchange for returning your data.
Fantom ransomware targets Windows, while FairWare targets Linux.
Ransomware has made backup and security inseparable—each play an important role in protecting against the cybersecurity threat.
Ransomware halts business. Learn how to start protecting your business today.
With ransomware cases skyrocketing in 2016, knowing how to best fight the nasty cybersecurity threat is in the best interest of all companies.
This week, US Olympic Swimmer, Ryan Lochte, and a leading ransomware variant, known as Locky, have been all over international news. In an effort to clear up an