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Rapid7 Blog

Joel Cardella  

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I have ransomware and I didn't back up! What do I do now??

There is an old proverb, attributed to various cultures, which says: “The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is now.” The same goes for backups. If you've been hit by a ransomware incident, the best way to…

Are You Enabling Corporate Espionage?

While I was flipping through some news stories the other day, a small headline appeared that piqued my interest.The headline reads: Former St. Louis Cardinals Exec Pleads Guilty To Cyber Espionage ChargesCyber espionage… in baseball? That was too intriguing to pass up!It…

3 Things Executives & Boards Should Know About Cybersecurity for 2016

As we ramp down the activities of 2015, the cybersecurity landscape has certainly shaped strategy for the new year and beyond. Effective strategic planning is important and can lower risk and operational costs for organizations. Managers will usually plan for the changing threat landscape, looking…

Tis the season! For user outreach

As we prepare to move into the end of the year holiday season, organizations tend to enter into one of two modes: they are either winding down end of the year activities in preparation to close their books, or they are sprinting to get things…

FTC can charge public companies with unfair trade practices for failure to protect customers data

The Third Court of Appeals upheld the Federal Trade Commission's decision to sue Wyndham Worldwide for at least three data breach incidents that occurred between 2008 and 2010. The incident exposed more than 600,000 consumer payment card account numbers and led to more than…