Ransomware perspectives: The shape of things to come


The “intelligence” built into ransomware campaigns. They used to be smash and grab. Now they gain persistence, elevate privilege, and identify and disrupt data and computing that are critical to an organization’s continuity of operations.


Michael Hamilton, CISO of CI Security, has worked in the information security industry for 30 years. As former CISO for the City of Seattle, he managed information security policy, strategy, and operations for 30 government agencies. In this interview with Help Net Security, Michael discusses ransomware attacks and offers insight on how they will evolve in the near future. What are some of the most interesting ransomware trends you’re seeing this year? Double extortion. Combined … More →

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