Ransomware Attack Against KP Snacks

KP Snacks is a leading manufacturer of popular British snacks, such as PopChips, Skips, Hula Hoops, Penn State pretzels, McCoy’s, and Wheat Crunchies. With over 2,000 workers and yearly sales of…

Conti Ransomware Targets Taiwanese Apple and Tesla Contractor Delta Electronics

Recently, Delta Electronics, a Taiwan-based company, and provider for big names like Tesla, Apple, Dell, or HP, has announced that it was impacted by a cyberattack. More Details on the Delta…

NSW government casual recruiter suffers ransomware hit

IT recruitment firm Finite Recruitment has confirmed it experienced a cyber incident in October, which resulted in a “small subset” of the company’s data being downloaded and published on the…

HSE Missed Cyber-attack’s Warning Signs

HSE Missed Cyber-attack’s Warning Signs An investigation into the springtime cyber-attack on HSE Ireland has found that criminals spent two months inside the healthcare system's computer network before deploying ransomware.…

Queensland government energy generator says ransomware attack not state-based

An artist’s impression of a ransomware incident Image: iStock Queensland government-owned energy generator CS Energy provided an update on Wednesday that those behind its November ransomware incident was unlikely to…

Hotel claims Conti ransomware attack on system as guests locked out

So far, the Conti ransomware has not demanded any ransom or published any details of the ransomware attack on their official website. A popular Scandinavian hotel has confirmed becoming a…

Emotet Is Dropping Cobalt Strike

Emotet is a virus infection that is propagated by spam email attachments that contain malicious Word or Excel documents. These documents utilize macros to download and install the Emotet Trojan…

Emotet's comeback is getting a boost from fellow botnet TrickBot

Written by Tonya Riley Dec 8, 2021 | CYBERSCOOP The resurgence of botnet Emotet after a law enforcement takedown earlier this year is getting a boost from fellow crime group…

FBI: Cuba ransomware group hit 49 critical infrastructure organizations

The FBI has released a new notice about the Cuba ransomware, explaining that the group has attacked “49 entities in five critical infrastructure sectors” and made at least $43.9 million…

‘Double-Extortion’ Ransomware Data Leaks Skyrocket 935%

Startling triple-digit growth is fueled by easy criminal access to corporate networks and RaaS tools, an analysis found. The ransomware business is booming, and feeble corporate security and a flourishing…