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Ransomware attacks increased by 37% during the third quarter of 2019, compared to Q2, as cyber criminals target both IT vendors and their clients, according to data compiled by insurer Beazley. One-quarter (24%) of all ransomware incidents reported to Beazley Breach Response (BBR) Services – Beazley’s in-house breach response team
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MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – The Macon Water Authority has taken its customer service, billing and financial software systems offline after a ransomware attack. The attack happened Sunday, October 27, according to a MWA release. The systems were taken offline to refresh servers and resolve the issue. – Advertisement – Customers
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LAS CRUCES – A ransomware attack prompted a shutdown of computers and internet servers across Las Cruces Public Schools Tuesday. The district said in a statement that officials identified ransomware on some district servers early Tuesday morning, and initiated “a district-wide shut down” in order to contain the virus.  Ransomware is software
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Campbell County Health (CCH) is not commenting on the recent ransomware attack Sept. 20 that shut down computer systems at CCH facilities for several days, crippling key functions and services and forcing the 90-bed facility to transfer patients to surrounding hospitals in Wyoming and South Dakota. The attack remains under
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Betty Jean Kerr People’s Health Centers, a St. Louis-area medical and social services provider, was victimized last September by a ransomware attack that continues to prevent access to data collected from patients, health care providers and employees. The Associated Press reported on Friday that the breach affects roughly 152,000 people.
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