A security firm that is deeply involved in the business of combating ransomware has called for a government ban on the payment of ransoms by companies that fall prey to this form of Windows malware, adding that there was no other practical solution to the problem.
The number of successful ransomware attacks on US public sector bodies fell during the period from January to April month-on-month even as the COVID-19 crisis intensified, but that trend now appears to be reversing, the New Zealand-headquartered security firm Emsisoft says.
The coronavirus pandemic and the sharp rise in people working from home appear to have resulted in a significant drop in Windows ransomware attacks on US government agencies, educational establishments and healthcare providers in the first three months of 2020.
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