LabCorp Hit by Ransomware But No Data Stolen
The strain of ransomware that was reportedly used in the attack on LabCorp can "effectively lock down a computer, encrypting all the files inside."
Atlanta Hack Highlights Ransomware Dangers
The crippling attack on Atlanta's network shows that local governments need to “start considering cybersecurity on the same level as public safety.”
Enemy Cyber Campaigns Target Private Sector
World War II strategy offers insights into how nation-states are hacking into U.S. companies.
Data Held Hostage
The damage inflicted in this year’s ransomware attacks will force corporations to review their IT resilience.
Six Ways to Curb the Costs of a Data Breach
You can’t lose a customer’s or an employee’s data if you don’t have it.
Malware Bug to Infect Nuance’s Q3 Results
The company says the "NotPetya" malware attack caused a loss of healthcare transcription revenues and left it unable to fulfill customer orders.
Maersk Back Online After Ransomware Attack
The Danish shipping company worked with partner MSC to avoid serious disruptions.
Companies Should Learn from Cyber Attacks Against Government
There's nothing preventing cyber criminals from attacking companies with tactics that have already shown their effectiveness in the political realm.
Microsoft Releases Patches for Unsupported Software
An ‘elevated risk’ of cyberattack was cited in the decision to release the security updates for older Windows systems.
Don’t Be Held For Ransomware
Five fundamental steps your company can follow to curb its chances of falling victim to a ransomware attack.
‘Patch Act’ Seeks to Avert WannaCry-like Attacks
The bill would make hidden cyber glitches transparent to corporations.