The newest version of the ISMG Safety Record discusses how the income of ransomware workforce, Zepplin, were smashed through safety researchers, the dangers of buying and selling cryptocurrencies, and supplier Extrahop’s newly appointed, high-profile president.
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- ISMG’s Mathew Schwartz talk about how legislation enforcement and safety mavens were quietly serving to sufferers of Zepplin ransomware assaults decrypt their methods, with no need to pay a ransom;
- ISMG’s Jeremy Kirk describe how after the cave in of the FTX cryptocurrency trade, the cycle of cryptocurrency loss continues;
- ISMG’s Michael Novinson experiences that supplier ExtraHop has snagged high-profile Test Level, Cylance and Optiv govt Chris Scanlan to lend a hand the community safety supplier achieve $500 million in annual habitual income.
The ISMG Safety Record seems weekly in this and different ISMG web sites. Do not omit the Nov. 3 and Nov. 10 editions, which respectively talk about how Australian well being insurer Medibank is deliberating on whether or not to pay a ransom to extortionists and the results of no longer paying a ransom.