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Russia’s takedown of REvil explained

It was recently revealed that Russian authorities had dismantled notorious ransomware as a service (RaaS) group REvil via a series of raids and arrests. What is REvil? REvil, also referred to as Sodinokibi, is a Russia-based ransomware gang that has plagued industry and government organizations a

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Cybersecurity News week ending 16 Jan 2022 ~ Network Tigers

Cybersecurity news provided by NetworkTigers on Monday, 17 January 2022. SAN MATEO, CA — CISA and FBI issue joint cybersecurity advisory pertaining to Russian cyber threats, Ukraine under suspected Russian cyberattack, Russian security reportedly dissolves REvil ransomware group, Pegasus spy

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Common network security monitoring tools

Network security monitoring tools help protect digital assets, including network traffic, while also preventing and responding to unauthorized network intrusion. The progressive nature of these threats requires dynamic multi-point security solutions to protect data security. In this post, we’ll

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Zero Trust: What it is and why it matters

Cybercrime, phishing attempts, and security hacks are all on the rise worldwide. These data breaches can be costly to businesses and individuals. They leech your valuable time, energy, and information, as well as revenue and finances. Over the next five years, the cost of cybercrime is expected t

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Cybersecurity News week ending 9 Jan 2022 ~ NetworkTigers

Cybersecurity news provided by NetworkTigers on Monday, 10 January 2022. SAN MATEO, CA — Attackers attempt hacks by mailing USB drives, new Java vulnerability similar to Log4Shell, New Mexico county hit with cyberattack, years old Uber exploit finally fixed, attackers using Google Docs to sp

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Was Facebook hacked on 4 October 2021?

If you opened your computer, phone or laptop and saw that social media giant Facebook no longer existed, how would you feel? For some, there might be joy at feeling finally set free from screen time. For others – especially the over 90 million small business owners with Facebook pages ̵

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What are the effects of the Kronos ransomware attack?

The December 11th ransomware attack levied against Ultimate Kronos Group (UKG), commonly simply referred to as “Kronos,” has left organizations, businesses and individuals to fend for themselves as the effects of the human resource company’s now limited operations leave paychecks in limbo.

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Cybersecurity News week ending 3 Jan 2022 ~ NetworkTigers

Cybersecurity news provided by NetworkTigers on Monday, 3 January 2022. SAN MATEO, CA — Hacker group uses Log4Shell in attempted university attack, Apache releases new Log4j update, cyberattack stops newspaper presses in Norway, U.S. leads world in data breach victims, in spite o

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Must Businesses Accept Cyberattacks as the New Normal?

“There are two types of companies: those who have been hacked, and those who don’t yet know that they have been hacked.”  These grim words from Cisco CEO John Chambers highlight the landscape of increased risk that companies and governments have been functioning in during the recent pa

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Ransomware in 2022: what can we expect?

Ransomware will likely continue to evolve and increase in complexity through 2022 and beyond. It has played a huge role in the increase of cybercrime that has occurred since the COVID-19 pandemic began in March of 2020. As companies and organizations still struggle to remain productive amidst sta

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