By Ian Thomas
on December 03, 2021
Babuk is a new ransomware gang that emerged in early 2021. The gang’s initial mission statement referenced a non-malicious intent to conduct ransomware attacks as an apparent audit of the security of ...
By Ian Thomas
on November 17, 2021
DoppelPaymer is a ransomware gang that extracts data from victims’ systems and then encrypts those same systems. Named after the strain of ransomware that the gang deploys, DoppelPaymer has ...
By Ian Thomas
on November 09, 2021
Egregor is a ransomware-as-a-service gang that has so far managed to claim at least 70 victims and extort tens of millions of dollars during a prolific yet short spell of operations. The Egregor ...
By Ian Thomas
on November 02, 2021
Clop is a ransomware gang that first appeared in February 2019 when security researchers found new ransomware strains with the .Cl0p extension. A spate of prolific and high-profile attacks within a ...
By Ian Thomas
on October 27, 2021
DarkSide is a ransomware gang that quickly made waves in the cybersecurity world with a range of high-profile attacks. After first notifying the world of their operations in an August 2020 dark web ...
By Ian Thomas
on October 20, 2021
Secure Email Gateways (SEGs) have been around for two decades. They were built to provide security for on-premises email deployments and were placed at the perimeter of a company’s security ...
By Ian Thomas
on October 19, 2021
Conti is a ransomware gang that has managed to wreak havoc on many organizations within just a short time. After first appearing in media headlines as recently as 2019, Conti has been behind several ...
By Ian Thomas
on October 15, 2021
Email Phishing is Biggest Security Threat To Businesses, According to IT Professionals
By Noah Gordon
on October 14, 2021
Background The IRONSCALES research team has recently identified a social engineering phishing scam that leverages confusion and disinformation about people and corporate COVID vaccine requirements to ...

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