Recorded Future

Are ransomware attacks really on the downswing? It’s complicated

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On the Priorities podcast, Recorded Future’s Allan Liska explains new data that shows a decrease in the number of ransomware attacks against the public sector.

Former NYC CISO on creating cyber ‘center of gravity’

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On the Priorities Podcast: Geoff Brown, the former head of NYC Cyber Command, reflects on building the city’s information security agency.

Why aren't schools required to report ransomware?

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Better ransomware reporting could help improve defense against the cyberattacks — why aren't schools required to report their attacks?

Criminal underground thrived on states' pandemic unemployment programs

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The Pandemic Unemployment Assistance program, created to support gig workers, has become one of the leading targets of fraud, a Recorded Future report found.

The 'real consequences' of ransomware against schools

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"It’s sort of a morbid joke that instead of a snow day, schools now have cyber days," one speaker said during an online talk on ransomware against K-12 schools.

Texas ransomware incident could be 'new type' of cyberattack

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"This is the first time we have seen a simultaneous attack like this," a cybersecurity researcher told StateScoop of the attack that hit 22 local government organizations across Texas at once.

Report: Ransomware attacks against state and local government are on the rise

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Reports of ransomware attacks against state and local governments jumped 39 percent in 2018, according to research from cybersecurity firm Recorded Future.

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