Costa Rica Declares State of Emergency Over Ransomware Attack
The official declaration said that the attack was “unprecedented in the country” and that it interrupted the country’s tax collection and exposed citizens’ personal information.
Ransomware Persists Even as High-Profile Attacks Have Slowed
In the months since President Joe Biden warned Russian leader Vladimir Putin to crack down on ransomware gangs in his country, there hasn’t been a massive attack like the one last May that resulted in gasoline shortages.
Companies Scrambling to Find Payroll Workarounds After Ransomware Attack
For many Americans who are paid biweekly, Dec. 17 is the final payday before Christmas.
Officials: Virginia IT Agency Hit With Ransomware Attack
The information technology agency that serves Virginia’s legislature has been hit by a ransomware attack that has substantially affected its operations.
US Charges 2 Suspected Major Ransomware Operators
A suspected Ukrainian hacker has been arrested and charged in the United States in connection with a string of costly ransomware attacks, including one that snarled businesses around the globe on the Fourth of July weekend
Biden Takes Shot at Putin as He Touts REvil Ransom Seizure, New Criminal Cyberattack Cases
Russia-linked REvil Group, also known as Sodinokibi, on July 2 launched an international ransomware attack. The gang previously attacked meatpacking giantJBS.
Sinclair Hit by Ransomware Attack, TV Stations Disrupted
Sinclair Broadcast Group says that some of its servers and work stations were encrypted with ransomware and that data was stolen from its network
When Hackers Strike, It's Best Not to Pay Ransom, Experts Say
Ransomware and cyber attacks are happening more frequently in the U.S., and businesses are paying them millions. Experts, on the other hand, say don’t pay the ransom.