Senate report criticizes feds' approach to ransomware investigations
The federal government is not responding effectively to the ransomware crisis, according to a report from the Senate Homeland Security panel.
A year after report, task force urges U.S. to keep ransomware on front burner
The Ransomware Task Force said that a year after its initial report, the U.S. has made progress on some of its recommendations.
Water companies are increasingly uninsurable due to ransomware, industry execs say
The scope of what insurers are covering is also narrowing as costs go up, said an association representative.
Costa Rican president claims collaborators are aiding Conti's ransomware extortion efforts
The claim comes after Conti doubled its extortion demand to $20 million and called for the overthrow of the government.
FBI charges Venezuelan doctor with using, selling 'Thanos' ransomware
Zagala's products were widely praised by customers.
Ransomware group strikes second U.S. health care system in the last two months
The targeted systems are just two of dozens of the group's attacks in the last year.