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.
There has been a spike in ransomware attacks as cybercriminals capitalise on the COVID 19 pandemic, according to a new report which found that ransomware attacks can be correlated to key days in the COVID-19 news cycle - suggesting attackers are being “nefariously opportunistic” and leverage breaking news to take advantage of vulnerable populations.
Technology consulting company Cognizant has suffered an attack by the Maze ransomware that hits Windows systems, the company said in a note on Saturday, but provided little detail as to when the attack had been detected.
Another credit card to rip off customers. Good one Coles!
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