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How OneDrive Makes Ransomware Obsolete

How OneDrive Makes Ransomware Obsolete

On paper, ransomware isn’t nearly as scary and devastating sounding as the reality tends to play out. Imagine if one day your company was locked out of all its data. Its financial records, its client information, your billing system, and the like all ransomed. In many...

Ransomware Takes an Even Darker Turn With Petya Attack

Petya probably won’t getya, but pay attention, things are getting serious. The ransomware attack this week referred to as “Petya” (which is called NotPetya by security experts) is a worldwide event causing real damage. Like WannaCry from last month, NotPetya tore...

Ransomware and HIPAA

With the relatively recent development of ransomware, the Department of Health and Human Services’ Office has started developing guidance for how to handle ransomware attacks in circumstance in which information that may be protected under HIPAA security rules...

What is Ransomware?

Ransomware is a form of malware that prevents users from accessing certain parts of its system. For healthcare, this means potentially being unable to ensure the safety of patients. There is not one solution that will always keep criminals away, but security awareness...

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