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Another ransomware attack has hit the area, this time affecting a large healthcare provider and its patients. A data breach in December involving Community Care Physicians is impacting many of the 370,000 patients it serves. A letter that began arriving in patients’ mailboxes this week says their personal data may have been compromised and advises...
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SUNNYVALE, Calif., Feb. 20, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Datrium, pioneer of the secure multicloud data platform for the resilient enterprise, today announced that Bishop Lynch High School in Dallas, TX, has selected Datrium to secure its IT infrastructure from disasters and ransomware using Datrium DRaaS (Disaster Recovery as a Service) and built-in cloud backup. By replacing its...
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Welcome to Hillicon Valley, The Hill’s newsletter detailing all you need to know about the tech and cyber news from Capitol Hill to Silicon Valley. If you don’t already, be sure to sign up for our newsletter with this LINK. Welcome! Follow the cyber team, Maggie Miller (@magmill95), and the tech team, Emily Birnbaum (@birnbaum_e)...
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Hackers have used viruses to infect and hold municipal and institutional computer systems hostage. It’s happened to school districts in Connecticut and on Long Island. We’ll discuss how cybersecurity experts will prepare for future ransomware attacks, while others try to pay the hackers’ price, with guests: Robert Dillon, Ed.D., district superintendent, Nassau BOCES Phil Boyle, New York...
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2019 demonstrated that cyber-attacks are getting more numerous in the cryptocurrency industry, while hardware remains vulnerable and high-profile data leaks are becoming more common. Even worse, the trend is a continuing one.  Way back in June 2018, Kaspersky Lab security experts reported an increase in the amount of malware targeting the cryptocurrency market. They noted...
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By TYGER ALLEN There’s no knowing when Warwick Schools could be the target of a cyber attack. A seemingly normal email with embedded links or a PDF file could pop into the mailbox of any faculty member. A click by just one employee could render the entire school system vulnerable, shutting down operations and losing...
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news, latest-news, Wagga City Council has strengthened its cyber defences over the past 12 months as numerous companies and groups were targeted by hackers holding critical business files to ransom. Freight giant Toll Group, which has operations in Wagga, is recovering from a ‘ransomware’ attack and the company could be Australia’s largest victim to the...
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Details Written by Marty Carpenter Category: Featured Articles Created: 17 February 2020 Many considered 2019 to be the year of ransomware as the number of incidents shot up significantly. High profile targets — big cities like Atlanta and Baltimore — were targets. So were softer targets like school districts right before school resumed in the...
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Wine Prices DroppingThe price of wine is expected to drop to its lowest levels in five years thanks, in part, to a surplus of California grapes. 2 hours ago Cab Driver Saves Elderly Woman From Being Scammed Out Of $25K In RosevilleA cab driver in Roseville knew something sounded fishy when his elderly passenger said she needed...
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Algernon D’Ammassa Las Cruces Sun-News Published 7:36 PM EST Feb 13, 2020 LAS CRUCES – Friday’s meeting of the New Mexico Public Education Commission could be pivotal for La Academia Dolores Huerta, as the charter school is expected to report its progress on a tough corrective action plan. At a commission meeting in January, PEC...
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VALLEY — Despite losing an estimated $120,000 in sales tax due to a fire at Walmart, the City of Valley had a strong first quarter of fiscal year 2020. In a Thursday evening work session, Mayor Leonard Riley told the city council that overall revenue for the quarter was still very good. “We are in...
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Security risks have been around since the early days of the internet. Today, we have to watch for dangerous threats like ransomware, malware and spyware hiding around every corner. We even told you about a nasty old-school virus making the rounds recently. Tap or click here to find out how to stop it from wiping...
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GALT (CBS13) — It could happen to any town at any time and it comes with a hefty price tag — nearly two months after hackers hit the City of Galt’s computer systems, CBS13 has learned the cost to recover is anything but small. The Galt is rich in many things, both a sense of...
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DOZENS OF MASSACHUSETTS MUNICIPALITIES have been targeted by ransomware attacks — cyberattacks on computer systems that are designed to extort money. A shocking investigation from NBC 10 Boston found that many municipalities have been attacked and at least 10 municipalities have ponied up the cash, all of it taxpayer money. Many of the payments have...
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Nudity currency has taken the place of cryptocurrency as a new trend for malicious hackers. Recent findings indicate the trend where hackers demand bare breast photos from their victims. Called ‘Ransomwared’, this novel malware has figured in a number of cyber-attacks. Nudity currency for malware decryption Cyber-criminals are now soliciting for nudes from their helpless...
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Hello and welcome to Friday and Valentine’s Day. We’ve reached the middle of this year’s legislative session in Florida. Turn of a friendly card — And you know what that means, right? There’s less than 30 days left of drama, deal-making and sleight of hand. Here’s a perfect example: The Florida House this week launches...
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As we gear up for the voting season, let’s put aside any links between foreign interference and voting machine security and focus on the actual risks threatening election security. With presidential primaries underway and a national election on the horizon, security’s in the air just as much as platforms and policies. Unfortunately, it also opens...
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Good Thursday morning. “These are your people.” The pitch — That’s what Rep. Michael Waltz told President Donald Trump. Waltz was on the phone a couple of weeks ago with a simple request to the president: Come attend the Daytona 500 this weekend. Waltz, who has the Daytona International Speedway in his district, got the...
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Ransomware hit at least 966 U.S. government agencies, educational establishments and healthcare providers in 2019, at a cost possibly exceeding US$7.5 billion, Emisoft reported late last year. The victims included 113 state and municipal governments and agencies; 764 healthcare providers; and 89 universities, colleges and school districts. Operations at up to 1,233 individual schools potentially...
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The North Miami Beach Police Department was recently attacked in a ransomware campaign that encrypted files on the police computer networks. The department immediately took down the affected computers and alerted the FBI, the U.S. Secret Service, and the Miami-Dade Police Department to investigate the issue. However, the police officials noted that there was no...
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