Tag : Ransomware

Artificial Intelligence C2 Fall 2021 Data Editors' Picks Open Source Security Zero Trust Security

Securing the edge is no longer enough. SPIFFE can protect your infrastructure

Phil Vachon
Security architect and identity program manager for Bloomberg (a global leader in business and financial data, news, and insight) discusses how open source software helps his team stay ahead of security threats......
Articles C2 Fall 2021 Data Zero Trust Security

Mapping HPE’s Zero Trust Efforts To The Current Cyber Threat Landscape

Matt Kimball
The latest ransomware attack on the market was a doozy. Just a few weeks ago, the Russian hacking group known as REvil attacked MSPs (Managed Service Providers) that utilize Kesaya’s VSA software, holding them hostage...
Articles C2 Fall 2020 Cybersecurity Data FBI

A Cybersecurity Sit-Down with Former FBI Computer Scientist James Morrison

Shannon Gillenwater
$10.5 trillion...with a ‘T’. That’s roughly a 75% increase from the $6 trillion that cyber criminals and hacker organizations are already costing us in 2021. Hence why cybersecurity, unpleasant a topic of conversation as it...
Articles C2 Fall 2021 CyberRes Ransomware Security

Ransomware Reality and Survival

Joe Leung
Ransomware is making headlines everywhere. From the energy industry (Colonial Pipeline’s ransom payment of $4.4M) to the food industry (JBS Foods’ ransom payment of $11M), mounting data suggests this insidious trend may be getting out...
Articles C2 Summer 2021 Data Security

Ransomware Data Recovery — Protect and Recover Your Data

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A ransomware attack is devastating. Compromised businesses and organizations suffer steep financial losses (an estimated $10.5 trillion annually by 2025) compounded by the loss of customer and partner trust. If a healthcare organization is a victim, it can even...
C2 Fall 2020

Protecting Your Most Valuable Asset Demands A New Approach To Cybersecurity

Cohesity
Today, data is likely your most valuable and vulnerable strategic asset, and yet many of the methods for storing and protecting it are decades old. Data is not only a record of what has happened;...
C2 Summer 2020 Data Editors' Picks Security

Why Backups Have Become Ransomware Targets and How to Prevent Getting Robbed

Cohesity
Cybercrime is on the rise and the current global pandemic has only made it worse. As remote work numbers grew from February to April of this year, so did ransomware attacks. In March 2020, ransomware...