Protection should always be a multilayered approach.
Source: Youtube.com by FUSION, 2/24/16
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Source: newsweek.com by ANTHONY CUTHBERTSON, 5/23/17
RANSOMWARE ATTACKS RISE 250 PERCENT IN 2017, HITTING U.S. HARDEST
Updated | Mobile ransomware has risen by over 250 percent during the first few months of 2017, according to a report Monday by the security firm Kaspersky. The publication of the cybersecurity statistics, which revealed that the U.S. is the country worst affected by the issue, comes as experts warn of a ransomware epidemic in the wake of the WannaCry cyberattack.
The Kaspersky Lab Malware Report for the first quarter of this year revealed that the number of mobile ransomware files detected had reached 218,625, compared with 61,832 in the previous quarter. Devices compromised by ransomware mean the owner must pay a ransom in order to recover their data. Read more...
Source: nytimes.com by NICOLE PERLROTH, 6/22/17
A Cyberattack ‘the World Isn’t Ready For’
NEWARK — There have been times over the last two months when Golan Ben-Oni has felt like a voice in the wilderness.
On April 29, someone hit his employer, IDT Corporation, with two cyberweapons that had been stolen from the National Security Agency. Mr. Ben-Oni, the global chief information officer at IDT, was able to fend them off, but the attack left him distraught. Read more...