Ransomware

Pentagon Official Says He Resigned Because US Cybersecurity Is No Match for China

A senior cybersecurity official at the Pentagon said he quit because he thought it was impossible for the US to compete with China on AI.

China deems all cryptocurrency transactions illegal

China's central bank declared on Friday that all cryptocurrencies are illegal, banning crypto-related transactions and cryptocurrency mining, according to Reuters.

$5.9M ransomware attack on major agriculture group poses risk to US grain, pork, chicken supply

Attack is believed to have been carried out by BlackMatter, a successor of Colonial Pipeline hacker DarkSide.

The Great Reset of Beef Consumption

"You are not going to eat beef in the future — I one hundred percent guarantee it."

REvil Ransomware Syndicate Allegedly Behind Holiday Weekend Hack of At Least 200 Companies

Ahead of the three-day Fourth of July weekend, the REvil gang is suspected to be behind a new ransomware attack Friday that affected at least 200 companies in the U.S.

DHS Cybersecurity Chief: More Ransomware Attacks Coming

Acting director of the Department of Homeland Security’s cybersecurity agency Brandon Wales warned lawmakers that more ransomware attacks are on the horizon.

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