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Ransomware-as-a-Service Concerns FBI/CISA

The FBI and Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) warned last month of an increasing ransomware-as-a-service (RaaS) threat against healthcare organizations. The joint alert by the two agencies...

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Managed Service Providers at Increased Risk

Cybersecurity firm Threatlocker and several national cybersecurity authorities are warning of an increase in attacks against managed service providers. The US’ Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security ...

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HHS Warns About Hive Ransomware

The Health Sector Cybersecurity Coordination Center (HC3) warned the healthcare industry last week of the “exceptionally aggressive, financially-motivated” Hive ransomware group. The Department of H...

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Ready for Microsoft Windows 11?

The next-generation version of Microsoft’s operating system, Windows 11, was announced last summer and became available at the end of 2021. The single-most noticeable change from older versions? Probably the Ta...

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How A Hacker Might Be Spying On Your Computer Right Now—And What You Can Do About It

Today, hackers can gain access to your smartphone through downloaded apps or Wi-Fi networks, and this allows them to monitor your activities. Learn how to protect yourself and prevent hackers from stealing pass...

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Vulnerabilities Impacting Many Medical Devices

Two separate reports this month note security vulnerabilities affecting medical and other “Internet of Things” devices. Forescout’s Vedere Labs and CyberMDX announced the discovery of seven vu...

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Ransomware Leads to Shutdown of Healthcare Facilities

Multiple hospitals and clinics have been impacted this week by a ransomware attack against Memorial Health System. The healthcare facilities in Ohio and West Virginia canceled non-urgent surgeries scheduled for...

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Paying Could Lead to Second Ransomware Attack

A recent survey noted that 80% of businesses that pay ransoms suffer another attack. Cybereason’s report also shows that almost half of ransomware victims ended up with some or all of their data corrupted...