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Ransomware Trains Its Sights on Cloud Providers

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Ransomware writers are now targeting cloud service providers with network file encryption attacks as a way to hold hostage the maximum number of customers that they can, notes Chris Morales, head of security analytics for Vectra. He also discusses Vectra's new ransomware report, which offers tips for protecting against virtual hostage taking.

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hansol89
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9/3/2020 | 1:33:36 PM
Ransomware and cloud
Observing the current trend to host data of all kinds in the cloud, I believe that the combination with ransomware can be disastrous. Very comfortable, but disastrous.
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7/4/2020 | 6:16:27 AM
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5/11/2020 | 11:45:06 PM
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5/3/2020 | 4:36:41 PM
Nice
Thanks. Very informative

 
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4/30/2020 | 11:58:53 AM
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Thanks for the safety information on clound usages. 

 
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4/27/2020 | 4:57:45 AM
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Thanks for nice news
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4/18/2020 | 3:07:25 AM
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Thanks for the safety information on clound usages. 
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4/16/2020 | 1:28:19 AM
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3/20/2020 | 7:45:38 AM
Interesting video
Thanks for sharing this.
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2/25/2020 | 6:47:27 AM
ok
keep sharing your information for us.
Thanks for sharing the great Info with us...Keep it up!
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