Ransomware attacks and payments are increasing, with most revenue going to Russian attackers. It is time to revisit outlawing Ransomware payments.
Some stats to hammer the situation home:
Sophos ransomware report indicates:
- Ransom attacks are more fre
Ransomware is a growing scourge. Is it possible to eradicate this entire class of attacks? I think it is but in today’s Cybersecurity Insights interview I have a lively debate with Malcolm Harkins on criminalizing ransomware payments and different ap
A new bill has been proposed to address Ransomware. Congressman Patrick McHenry recently introduced the Ransomware and Financial Stability Act of 2021.
Good Direction, but Falls Short
I believe it is the right direction for undermining ransomware attac
Recently introduced Ransomware and Financial Stability Act (H.R.5936) is the right direction for undermining ransomware attacks, by disallowing payments, but it just does not go far enough. This proposal only benefits traditional financial institutio
U.S. leadership organized a meeting with over 30 nations to figure out how to address the growing problem of ransomware. The results were unimpressive, lacking the bold innovation needed to stem the meteoric rise of ransomware that is targeting busin
There are only 3 fundamental ways to stop attacks from motivated and intelligent adversaries.
Let’s identify and explore those options, and discuss how they may be applied to undermine Ransomware.
This video is the latest installment of a multi-part
Yet another good reason to not pay ransomware. Cybercriminals are not trustworthy and they are not your friend. They are looking for easy targets and victims that pay. If you do pay, you are on the preferred list and become a target to every ransomwa
Ransomware risks are skyrocketing with increasing costs, more attacks, and greater impacts that are expanding to affect everyone!
It is a growing threat to organizations and national critical infrastructures connected to the Internet. Ransomware puts
Ransomware is a growing problem that must be STOPPED! Cybercriminals are accumulating fortunes by impacting individuals, businesses, critical systems, and digital services. Some victims are paying ransoms in the tens of millions of dollars.
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