Auckland-based anti-money laundering firm First AML has raised US$7.3 million (A$ 9.99 million) in a Series A funding round led by the American firm Bedrock Capital, and supported by its existing investors, Pushpay founder Chris Heaslip and Icehouse Ventures.
A gang of hackers has used the Sekhmet ransomware to attack the site of Coles, Baldwin, Kaiser & Creager, a legal firm based in Connecticut, that has a long list of well-known clients.
The attackers behind the REvil ransomware are reportedly demanding an increased ransom from American food distribution firm Harvest/Sherwood Food Distributors after negotiations over the amount to be paid, through incident response company Coveware, went wrong.
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