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REGULAR FILE BACKUP AGAINST RANSOMWARE THREAT

By WRAL CHANNEL
Ransomware is becoming a new threat in information security area. If you click a malicious link in email, the consequence is hard to predicate. Your photos or files may be gone. If you didn't backup them yet and you desperately want them back, you are possibly the victim of ransomware...
By WRAL CHANNEL  View Source  
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Cybersecurity Startup Exposed Hospital Data in Demos
From time to time, we heard stories of data leak. There are so many ways and causes. But can you imagine your data are exposed because a security startup demonstrated its unbeatable features? The network of El Camino Hospital, based in Santa Clara, California was such a victim for years. As reports of Wall Street Journal, hundreds of presentations probed it...
By Jeremy Kirk  View Source  
Russian Hacker Created Starter Pack Ransomware
Hackers never stop widening their businesses. Ransomware is sort of high tech and skill crime before. But a Russian hacker is changing it, who has created a starter package to run ransomware service. With this tool, low-level criminals can join into the game easily. Ramsomware and other malware, these dark technology are impacting common people both online and offline, if you don't want own privacy to become money of others...
By Zack Whittaker  View Source  
Security Flaw Forced Shutdown of Online Government
Data you submitted to government online service are safe? Not really. Manitoba, a middle Canada province, shut down dozens of online services for four days because of security flaw. The threat is on both public service and employees' data. It is still unclear how long the system was left vulnerable to hackers. The province said it was forced to take 31 online services offline when it discovered a security vulnerability in its computer system...
By Laura Glowacki  View Source  
Hackers Access to Athletes’ Medical Records
The database of the World Anti-Doping Agency becomes one of the hottest topics again. This time is due to hackers who are believed the same group that FBI officials have tied to a broad effort to influence the United States presidential election. Lots of athletes' private medical recodes are leaked from the computer network. President of the International Association of Athletics Federations apologized to the athletes whose medical records were compromised...
By REBECCA R. RUIZ  View Source