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Earlier this month, the US Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) warned organizations making ransomware payments that they risk violating economic sanctions imposed by the government against cybercriminal groups or state-sponsored hackers. The advisory has the potential to disrupt the ransomware monetization model, but also puts victims, their insurers and incident response providers […]

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Carnival, which owns 10 global cruise line brands and a tour company, employs more than 120,000 people and has a fleet of 102 ships. Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, which forced the company to suspend operations, Carnival served more than 11 million guests per year. In mid-August, the company announced that it detected a ransomware […]

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A recent ransomware attack which played a significant role in the death of a German woman has put into focus both the dangers and the importance of cybersecurity today. But it has also led some to point fingers as to who was responsible. As usual, playing the blame game helps no one, but it does […]

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