From InformationWeek: “The rise of ransomware-as-a-service (RaaS) is just one marker in the emergence of a more organized and professional class of ransomware gangs focused on new ways of monetizing ransomware beyond encryption, including double and triple extortion.”
Per Dark Reading, enterprise security teams can add three more ransomware variants to the constantly growing list of ransomware threats for which they need to monitor.
Bryan Ware, LookingGlass CEO, quoted in Politico coverage about SICI legislation being left out of NDAA.
Ransomware gangs were hyper-focused on organizations in the U.S. in the first half of 2022, according to a report released by LookingGlass Cyber Solutions on Monday
As ransomware’s prevalence has grown over the past decade, leading ransomware groups such as Conti have added services and features as part of a growing trend toward professionalization.
LookingGlass has published a report on attacks by organized ransomware gangs during the first half of 2022, finding that these groups continue to grow increasingly professionalized.
The LockBit ransomware group accounted for more than a third of all ransomware attacks in the first half of 2022, finds research out this morning from cybersecurity firm LookingGlass.
Faced with an onslaught of malware-less attacks that are increasingly hard to identify and stop, CISOs are contending with a threatscape where bad actors innovate faster than security and IT teams can keep up.
Organizations are getting increasingly concerned about their encrypted data being stolen today with an eye toward decrypting in the future with a quantum computer.