Why Are Ransomware Attacks Still Happening?

Here we go again: this past Thursday, officials from three US federal agencies issued a statement warning about an “imminent cybercrime threat to US hospitals and healthcare providers.” The threat in question comes from a Russia-based cybercriminal gang preparing to disrupt information technology systems at hundreds of hospitals and medical care facilities all over the US with ransomware. The attackers will make devices on the hospital networks unusable unless a sizable payoff is made, and indeed, at least five US hospitals already seem to be under attack. With patient populations surging in the wake of another wave of coronavirus cases and a presidential election on the horizon, the imminent threat could prove catastrophic without the proper security measures to fight back.
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Healthcare Under Cyberattack – Advanced Ransomware, IoMT Devices, and Data Breaches

Healthcare institutions are facing unprecedented threats. We’ve all been rocked with horror at the major cyberattacks on hospitals this past week. What’s scary about these types of attacks is that they can very quickly lead to lost lives, not just lost dollars.
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Ransomware Attacks Evolving to ARTs & Getting Worse

By now we’re all familiar with the current generation of ransomware threats. While we’re seeing higher-profile ransomware attacks in the news (especially in the healthcare industry), the reality is that the majority of ransomware incidents are mostly opportunistic. Read More

Stay Safe from Ransomeware with Advanced Ransomware Guard™

Between April 2015 and March 2016, there were 2,315,931 reported ransomware attacksRead More