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As ransomware continues to surge, companies are faced with decisions to report the attacks, pay the ransom or both. Experts weigh in on the options and best choices.
Best practices for reporting ransomware attacks (techtarget.com)
Even with full backups and no permanent data loss, recovering from ransomware can be expensive and painful, as evidenced in this ransomware attack case study.
Ransomware attack case study: Recovery can be painful (techtarget.com)
CrowdStrike reported Hades is tied to Evil Corp, but Awake Labs discovered a possible connection to Hafnium, a Chinese nation-state group behind initial Exchange Server attacks.
Mysterious Hades ransomware striking 'big game' enterprises (techtarget.com)
Retailer FatFace paid out a $2m ransom to restore its data following a January 2021 cyber attack by the Conti ransomware syndicate
Retailer FatFace pays $2m ransom to Conti cyber criminals (computerweekly.com)
There’s nothing wrong with wanting to share your child’s achievements and special memories on social media, but make sure you’re doing it safely
How to keep your kids safe when sharing on social media (happiful.com)
Ransomware negotiators are brought in to communicate with cybercriminals and hopefully arrange less expensive payments. How often do they succeed?
Ransomware negotiations: An inside look at the process (techtarget.com)
UK organisations report fewer cyber security incidents, but the headline data masks more serious issues, according to a report
Apparent drop in cyber incidents highlights underlying problems (computerweekly.com)
As the Covid-19 pandemic enters what may be its most dangerous phase, we explore how healthcare organisations can ward off cyber threats while preserving their ability to deliver critical care
How can healthcare organisations fight increased cyber crime in 2021? (computerweekly.com)
Energy firm discloses cyber attack through Accellion File Transfer Appliance
Oil giant Shell hit through Accellion FTA breach (computerweekly.com)
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