DDoS attacks have increased in frequency, scale and complexity over the past year, driven by DDoS-for-hire services.
The explosive growth in ransomware has once again heated up the debate as to whether infected organisations have an ethical responsibility to refuse payment. But are some companies exacerbating the problem by paying up even when they have viable data backups?
A new version of Locky ransomware has been spotted sporting an improved delivery mechanism, better obfuscation which combined make it more difficult for anti-malware scanners to spot.
This week: Russian banking legislation, Internet shutdowns for singapore, Ransomware on universities, gaming hacks and the Shadow broker.
David Mount discusses the need for access governance, the kind of return that can be expected on it, and delivering a return on governance
Kasey Cross explains the devastation an organisation undergoes when struck by ransomware and describes preventative measures that can be taken to avoid spread from a single machine to a network.
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