Ransomware groups are hitting K-12 and Universities. And a lot of them. But why?
As the Fall semester begins, schools and students face a double whammy of Coronavirus shutdowns and Ransomware attacks.
First, Coronavirus cancelled in-person classes. Now, hackers have stopped online learning.
NetWalker's cyber con tactics caught the College of Behavioral Science - a little ironic.
Leadership at UC San Francisco experienced first-hand the upside down world of Ransomware negotiations. It got expensive.
Hackers Ransomed the Athens School District's network, causing officials to delay the first day of school.
Schools continue getting hit. Hackers are stealing sensitive student and faculty data.
Hackers are ransoming schools non-stop. Over 1,000 have been hit in just the last year.