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Ransomware Attacks vs Hospitals: Hacker Groups Take Different Stances

Amid coronavirus pandemic, some hacker groups continue ransomware attacks vs hospitals while other hacker teams stand down.

Cyber Insurance Cyberattack: Chubb Investigates Possible Hack

Chubb, a U.S. commercial insurer, investigates possible cyberattack that allegedly involved unauthorized access to data held by a third-party service provider.

Ransomware Attacks FinTech Giant Finastra: Recovery Update

Fintech company Finastra suffers a ransomware attack in which the company’s IT servers were temporarily unavailable & continues to recover from the incident.

NetWalker Ransomware Attacks Illinois Public Health District

An Illinois public health district website last week experienced a NetWalker (Mailto) ransomware attack in the midst of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Spyware Dwarfs Ransomware in 2019 Malware Distribution, Not Impact: Report

A closer look at spyware and ransomware malware infection trends, according to Deep Instinct’s latest cybersecurity research findings.

Ryuk Ransomware Attacks Durham, North Carolina, Government

Ryuk ransomware attacks Durham, North Carolina, government networks at the city and county levels.

Emsisoft Releases PwndLocker Ransomware Decryption Tool

Antivirus solutions provider Emsisoft releases PwndLocker ransomware decryptor tool that is customized based on the malware variant used in the cyberattack.

Ransomware Attack: Defense Contractor CPI Pays Hackers $500K – Report

U.S. defense contractor CPI (Communications & Power Industries) suffered ransomware attack & paid hackers $500,000 extortion fee, report says.

Ransomware Attacks Epiq Legal Services; Global Systems Offline

Legal services provider Epiq takes its systems offline following a ransomware attack discovered on Feb. 29 & launches an investigation into the incident.

Ransomware Payments Top $140 Million, FBI Reports

Cyber crime victims have paid more than $140 million to ransomware attackers since 2014, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) research found.