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CBS Evening News - Putin insists Russian government not involved in U.S. election hacking

“He’s trying to create some plausible deniability,” Padres said. “I think he might be concerned about some evidence that will be disclosed and he sort of wants to distance himself from those that might have been involved.”

Published: 06/01/17

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The New York Times - How to Protect Yourself From Ransomware Attacks

Information technology professionals should also regularly educate and test employees on spotting suspicious emails, said Matt Ahrens, vice president of Crypsis, a cybersecurity firm.

Published: 05/15/17

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The New York Times - With New Digital Tools, Even Nonexperts Can Wage Cyberattacks

“Hackers are discovering that it is far more profitable to hold your data hostage than it is to steal it. [...] The SamSam group is known to move from file to file, manually encrypting hundreds of systems, so it can demand the highest in Bitcoin ransoms, according to the Crypsis Group, Symantec...

Published: 05/13/17

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The New York Times - What We Know and Don’t Know About the International Cyberattack

Jason Rebholz, a senior director at Crypsis Group, which specializes in ransomware, said victims could try to search the web for a decryption service, but chances are that in a sophisticated attack like this one, cybercriminals had already taken steps to immunize their encryption from such services.

Published: 05/12/17

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