Join 100,667 users already on read.cash

International Coalition Fails to Address Ransomware

2 65
Avatar for M.Rosenquist
Written by
This user is who they claim to be.
We have manually verified this user via some other channel.
Proof
  60
1 year ago

U.S. leadership organized a meeting with over 30 nations to figure out how to address the growing problem of ransomware. The results were unimpressive, lacking the bold innovation needed to stem the meteoric rise of ransomware that is targeting businesses and the critical infrastructure that citizens depend upon for security, health, services, and prosperity.

This was a wasted opportunity to establish a meaningful strategy that targets the heart of ransomware and deals a crushing blow to mitigate this risk to the global digital ecosystem.


Cybersecurity Insights Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/CybersecurityInsights

Ransomware Explained playlist: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLuIYhlNYyCmn0cCA6OqHqfL_qGSsizxBF

2
$ 2.78
$ 2.73 from @TheRandomRewarder
$ 0.05 from @JLoberiza
Sponsors of M.Rosenquist
empty
empty
empty
Enjoyed this article?  Earn Bitcoin Cash by sharing it! Explain
...and you will also help the author collect more tips.

Comments

True. Ransomware is extremely difficult to stop and solve. Not even the top antivirus developers could provide a solution.

The encryption method used in ransomware continuously evolves. A computer from a local police station was brought to me with this problem. There was nothing I could do to recover their files. The best thing companies could do is to avoid total disaster by constantly backing up their files.

$ 0.00
1 year ago

The attackers are smart and constantly evolving! Have you looked at the NoMoreRansom.org site? It has many decryptors for older versions of ransomware. It does not work on all variants, but it is a good resource that is backed by many of the biggest anti-virus companies. Worth a look - https://www.nomoreransom.org/

$ 0.00
User's avatar M.Rosenquist
This user is who they claim to be.
We have manually verified this user via some other channel.
Proof
1 year ago