Macquarie Health Corporation says it is still experiencing "significant impacts" from the ransomware attack that it made public on Thursday last week, though the organisation characterised it as a "cyber incident".
Macquarie Health Corporation has announced that it has suffered what it describes as a "cyber incident", that has led to it taking its IT systems offline "as a precaution".
Ransomware operators are catholic in their approach to breaking into businesses, and the size of a business really appears to be of no import. A good example of this is the compromise last week of a small businessman from Ohio whose annual turnover is barely US$150,000 (A$194,687).
Malicious attackers appear to have used the Windows SunCrypt ransomware to attack the Texas operations of global steel conglomerate JSW Steel, and have leaked a single company document on the dark web, apparently one which was stolen during the attack.
The US Department of Homeland Security issued a warning on Tuesday that Russia may try to "sow discord, distract, shape public sentiment, and undermine trust in Western democratic institutions" in the run-up to the presidential elections which are now four weeks away.
A man from the city of North Royalton in Ohio has been charged with allegedly creating and installing malware on thousands of Apple computers for more than 13 years.
Ransomware has hit several local government offices in the US state of Ohio and the authorities are still uncertain when things will get back to normal.
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