National Cybersecurity Awareness Month is the perfect time to ensure your customers have all the tools and knowledge they need to fight ransomware.
We recently surveyed nearly 2,000 Managed Service Providers (MSPs) who serve more than 100,000 small-to-mid-sized businesses (SMBs) around the globe.
Join Datto on 9/26 as we dive into the findings of our 2017 ransomware report.
This summer, we surveyed nearly 2,000 Managed Service Providers (MSPs) who serve more than 100,000 small-to-mid-sized businesses (SMBs) around the globe about ransomware.
A new form of Locky ransomware has surfaced, spreading over 23 million phishing emails in a single day.
So, your files are locked with ransomware and you have to pay up.
The IRS has issued an alert after a recent ransomware phishing scam surfaced. According to their statement, the email impersonates the IRS and FBI with a link to download a questionnaire.
Thieves are finding new and different ways to get ransomware on your or your customer’s systems.
A prolific strain of ransomware has reappeared. A new form of Locky has begun to spread in a massive email campaign.
For small to midsized businesses, Microsoft Windows systems remain dominant. Windows continues to be the operating system most widely used on desktops and laptops.
When Vick Insurance Group experienced a ransomware attack, their worst fears became a reality.
With the recent WannaCry and NotPetya attacks, it may be a good idea to familiarize yourself with the most prevalent strains of ransomware.
A large-scale ransomware attack has already hit 12,000 machines in about 65 countries around the world.
The latest worldwide outbreak of ransomware works just like the WannaCry epidemic from early May.
Nayana, a South Korean web-hosting firm will reportedly pay a $1 million ransom to regain access to their hacked files.
University College London is continuing to deal with a major cyberattack. The university has warned students and staff about the risk of potential data loss and a substantial disruption to operations.
Fresh off the recent Crash Override malware news, we have yet another alert that should be raising some eyebrows.
Many businesses have suffered ransomware attacks and had their data encrypted. Some have paid the ransom to decrypt their data because they couldn’t restore data within a reasonable timeframe (or at all).
WannaCry came roaring in a couple weeks ago, wreaking havoc and affecting over 200,000 machines in over 200 countries.
At a recent trade show, I learned of a managed service provider (MSP) that was offering BaaS—Bitcoin as a Service!