Ransomware Attack Every 14 Seconds – Prilock Announces $3.99 For 1-Click Protection

The best way to avoid a trap – is to know of its existence. Without phish testing on a monthly basis and engaging awareness training, your employees will eventually make a fatal click. The click that installs Ransomware, allows hackers to harvest passwords, or worse yet, plant a permanent backdoor to use at will. Prilock Security is announcing professional phish and security training that’s 85% less than comparable products. Only $3.99 per user for a full year of professional phish simulation testing and Security Awareness Training that is fully automated with just 1-Click. 

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Disney Plus Accounts Hacked Within Hours of Launch- What Happened & What You Should Do

With the recent launch of Disney Plus, attackers wasted no time with hacking into thousands of user accounts. The video-on-demand streaming service was first announced in April 2019. It launched in three countries – the US, Canada, and the Netherlands, on November 12, 2019. Within a few hours of this grand launch, compromised accounts of Disney Plus were available on online forums for free, as well as a minimal amount of $3, as per ZDNet investigators.

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Ransomware hits 245 Computers in Insurance Company and Demands $1.1 Million Ransom

Current backups, updated operating systems and programs, and phish education and testing are the only things that can save you from a really bad day. This could be any company anywhere in the world. Ransomware is estimated to cost businesses globally $11.5 billion in 2019. Take those steps now at work, and home, so you’re not the next victim.

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Over 4 Million Stolen Cards Tied to Breaches at 4 Restaurant Chains

On Nov. 23, one of the cybercrime underground’s largest bazaars for buying and selling stolen payment card data announced the immediate availability of some four million freshly-hacked debit and credit cards. This latest batch of cards was siphoned from four different compromised restaurant chains that are most prevalent across the midwest and the eastern United States.

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