#ransomware | #computerhacker | Telework surge leaves employees and their firms more vulnerable to cyberattack than ever, expert warns

The novel coronavirus prompted companies to push telecommuting to record levels to keep employees safe earlier this year. But the use of home internet connections for work involves higher risk than using company networks, which are generally protected by firewalls, intrusion prevention systems and web filtering. The importance of cybersecurity…

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#mobilesecurity | #android | #iphone | Europe’s Largest Mobile Operator Orange Hit by Ransomware Attack – Expert Commentary

Orange, a French telecommunications company and the fourth-largest mobile operator in Europe, has confirmed it suffered a ransomware attack on July 4-5. The attack exposed the data of 20 of their enterprise customers, and it has since been leaked online via Nefilm Ransomware’s site. Specific details around how this attack…

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#ransomware | #computerhacker | Expert Insight on Conti Ransomware Shows Signs of Being a Ryuk Successor

The Conti Ransomware is an upcoming threat targeting corporate networks with new features that allow it to perform quicker and more targeted attacks. There are also indications that this ransomware shares the same malware code as Ryuk, who has slowly been fading away, while Conti’s distribution is increasing. Source link ______________________________________________________________________________________________…

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#ransomware | #computerhacker | Expert Advise After Dozens Of US News Sites Hacked In WastedLocker Ransomware Attacks

Niamh Muldoon, Senior Director of Trust and Security EMEA,&nbsp OneLogin July 02, 2020 Ransomware brings organizations to a stop causing havoc and shutting down business function in the worst instances. Ransomware brings organizations to a stop causing havoc and shutting down business function in the worst instances. Organizations can pro-actively…

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