Tag Archives: ransomware

The Intelligent Way to Remain Vigilant Over Ransomware and the Latest Cyber Threats

Hackers are intelligent, quick on their feet and always willing to push the envelope when it comes to orchestrating attacks. Why would an enterprise use Information Technology that isn’t intelligent enough to keep up with modern hackers? Threat intelligence is so important when it comes to creating and implementing an IT security plan that shields… Read More »

CryptoLocker Attack On An Unprepared SMB – Part 2

CryptoLocker Attack On An Unprepared SMB – Part 2 First off, I’d like to open by saying that upon further analysis, it appears that our client may have actually been infected by CryptorBit. CryptorBit is basically just a knock-off of the very profitable Cryptolocker, so from an infection-prevention standpoint, they’re equivalent. This just goes to… Read More »

CryptoLocker Attack On An Unprepared SMB – Part 1

CryptoLocker Attack On An Unprepared SMB – Part 1 Last week one of our clients was hit by Cryptolocker, a nasty piece of ransomware which is currently one of the biggest security threats to unprepared companies all over the world. Luckily, we had this client well prepared to recover from this sort of attack. This… Read More »