Orange Business Services hit by Nefilim ransomware operators

Security Affairs

Security researchers at Cyble reported that Nefilim ransomware operators allegedly targeted the mobile network operator Orange. Researchers from Cyble came across a post of Nefilim ransomware operators which were claiming to have stolen sensitive data of Orange S.A.,

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Ransomware infected systems at Xchanging, a DXC subsidiary

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Systems at Xchanging, a subsidiary of Global IT services and solutions provider DXC Technology was hit by ransomware over the weekend. Global IT services and solutions provider DXC Technology disclosed a ransomware attack that infected systems at its Xchanging subsidiary.

Port of San Diego hit by a cyber attack a few days after the attack on the Port of Barcelona

Security Affairs

Port of San Diego suffered a ransomware-based attack, a few days after the Port of Barcelona was hit by a cyber attack that caused several problems. Breaking News Cyber Crime Hacking Malware critical infrastructure Pierluigi Paganini port ransomware San Diego Security Affairs

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IT Governance

Your employees are the ones following your policies and procedures, so they are directly responsible for keeping threats such as ransomware and phishing at bay. System monitoring enables organisations to detect criminals’ attempts to attack systems and business services.

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