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The May 2021 Executive Order requires that major cybersecurity attacks must be examined by a Cybersecurity Safety Review Board, which will create an incident report.
Building a resilient defense against ransomware is becoming a ‘must-have’ for any organisation that takes the risks seriously and wants to protect its IT ecosystem from the downtime, disruption, and cost that frequently come with ransomware infections.
A ransomware attack has left 37,000 pupils in London and the South East of England without access to email.
The Harris Federation, which is based in Croydon and operates 48 primary and secondary academies, reported the crippling attack over the weekend.
Knowing how ransomware is evolving is key to protecting against it, writes Ezat Dayeh, Senior Engineer Manager UK&I at Cohesity.
It is understood Campari was struck with Ragnar Locker, a sophisticated and relatively new form of ransomware first observed in 2019 affecting Microsoft Windows machines and associated with a hacking group of the same name. Security vendor Sophos has previously detected Ragnar Locker deployed inside a virtual machine to hide it from view.