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RaaS Makes it Possible for Anyone to Kidnap your Vital Data - Logistics Journal Sept 2017

Published October 10, 2017 by

logistics journal sept 2017In September 2017, the Logistics Journal ran an article, written by RenovoData.  The article provides expert-level detail on Ransomware as a Servics (RaaS) and how it can affect 3PL and Trucking companies. Read the extract or full article.


 


 

Remember the name: Petya

Published July 27, 2017 by

petyaThis vicious ransomware variant is inflicting damage on a global scale.

Ransomware has been with us for some time and its damage is spreading. A recently arrived and extremely dangerous breed is wreaking a new level of havoc around the world. Known as Petya, it attacks Windows-based file-sharing services via email, locks users out of their networks, and demands Bitcoin payment for restoration of data. Learn More about Petya ransomware.


 


 

With RaaS (Ransomware as a Service), anyone can hold your data hostage

Published June 15, 2017 by

New do-it-yourself cyber-extortion kits make it easy.

ransomwareSince its invention in the mid-2000s, ransomware has become the world’s premier cyber-security threat. Typically gaining entry to a system via bogus emails or notifications, this malware enables criminals to capture a system’s data and demand payment for its release.  Read More...


 


 

Protecting 3PL and Trucking Companies: Ransomware - as Featured in the Logistics Journal, July 2016

Published August 15, 2016 by

RenovoData Ransomware articleIn July, RenovoData again were featured in the leading publication from the Transport Intermediaries Association, The Logistics Journal.  

The article, written by our own Chuck Cook, provides critical and detailed information on the immense risk that all 3PL and trucking companies face: Ransomware.  Learn more and read the full article. 


 


 

Pay up or we'll kill your data

Published June 02, 2016 by

Ransomware pay up or we kill your dataA sophisticated new generation of ransomware is rolling across North America.  It doesn’t just steal your information and wreak havoc with your IT systems.  It steals your money.

Several versions of ransomware are at large. They go by different names, such as Crypto locker, Crypto wall and others. They usually propagate as Trojans, entering networks via innocent-looking links in emails or innocuous messages from unknown websites.

Without up-to-date anti-virus and malware protection installed on every PC and laptop connected to your network, you are vulnerable to attack.  Read More.


 


 

Guarding Against Ransomware: Some Essentials

Published May 19, 2016 by

malware essentialsThe objective of ransomware is simple: using invasive encryption to extort money by holding an organization’s network and data hostage. But ransomware technology is far from simple, and it can inflict severe damage on businesses and institutions of any size.

Read "Guarding Against Ransomware: Some Essentials" now.


 


 

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