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#HowTo: Be More Resilient Against Ransomware

Disaster Recovery PlanInfosecurity Magazine | June 28, 2021 – If your company is targeted, paying off your attackers won’t always be enough to avoid disruption. Prepare for a potential ransomware attack as you would for any other disaster that could disable parts of your tech infrastructure. With backups of your data and a restoration plan in place, you can rebound quickly from an attack without paying any ransom at all. For the complete article, see #HowTo: Be More Resilient Against Ransomware

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Michelle Hafner, SVP of Product Strategy & Execution at NuData Security

Fraud Prevention Against Sophisticated Attacks

Michelle Hafner, SVP of Product Strategy & Execution at NuData SecurityPaymentsJournal | May 11, 2021 – With nearly every vertical being forced to move online, fraudsters are truly expanding their horizons. COVID-19 made the world more digital, and with that digitization came many positive results—customer satisfaction, on-demand services, and contactless payments, to name a few. But with more sophisticated technology came more sophisticated cyberattacks. “While the sophisticated attacks are usually lower in volume than basic attacks, they’re much harder for common security tools to detect,” said Michelle Hafner, SVP of

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Newsweek: Youporn Hacked Data Among Dark Web Database Sparking Cyber Crime Epidemic

December 12, 2017 — Youporn Hacked Data Among Dark Web Database Sparking Cyber Crime Epidemic Lisa Baergen, Director at NuData, comments on news of a database of 1.4 billion user passwords being discovered on the dark web, paving the way for what security experts expect to be a “cyber crime epidemic.” A database of 1.4 billion user passwords has been discovered on the dark web, paving the way for what security experts expect to be a “cyber crime epidemic.” The

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CBS News: Ho ho oh no: How malware hijacks holiday shopping

December 7, 2017 — Ho ho oh no: How malware hijacks holiday shopping Ryan Wilk, VP at NuData, comments on this CBS article, covering how malware hijacks holiday shopping. Online shoppers this holiday season may be getting more than they bargained for: Alongside gadgets, clothes and stocking stuffers, many are picking up invasive computer viruses. Malware infections spiked by almost 124 percent from Black Friday through Cyber Monday, according to data from Clearwater, Florida-based Enigma Software, which sells SpyHunter antimalware

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