The ThreatLocker team provides the latest stories to keep you and your customers updated on ransomware and other malicious cybersecurity threats. Here's what's new this week:
NCSC warning: Ransomware is targeting schools and universities
There has been a spike in attacks on schools and universities, warns NCSC. This is a critical time of year for students completing final exams and coursework. "It is also important that senior leaders understand the nature of the threat and the potential for ransomware to cause considerable damage to their institutions in terms of lost data and access to critical services," said the NCSC alert.
On June 2, Fujifilm announced they were hit with a cyberattack and later confirmed it was caused by ransomware. The company was forced to shut down portions of its network around the world. According to Bleeping Computer, the network outage prevented access to email, the billing system, and a reporting system. Fujifilm told employees to shut off their computers and all servers immediately.
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