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Episode Info: Hello internet, let’s play a little game… In this week’s episode of the InfoSecond we’ll learn about a new form of crypto-ransomware that’s using an iconic horror villain to scare users into playing (and paying). In equally terrifying news, we’ll examine how the newly discovered GozNym banking malware is spreading across Europe and leaving financial havoc in its wake. Finally, we’ll share a useful approach to help decision makers make better choices regarding high stakes cyber risks and will discover why it’s getting increasingly difficult to determine if your mobile apps have been hacked. In Case You Missed It JIGSAW Ransomware Scaring Up Payments: A new, particularly scary form of crypto-ransomware has been making its presence felt across the web – and it’s using an iconic horror villain to scare users into playing their game. Make your choice: act quickly or lose all of your files. GozNym Goes Global: Early in April IBM X-Force discovered the GozNym banking malware aggressively attacking 24 banks in North America. Now, it’s gotten even worse, as dangerous new configurations are spreading internationally. Currently 17 Polish banks and one in Portugal are being targeted by GozNym. How to Improve Cyber Risk Decisions: Decision makers from the boardroom to the C-Suite must ensure they’re doing everything they can to make informed decisions when it comes to the high stakes associated with cyber risks. Fortunately, we’ve got a useful approach to help them review their options and narrow their choices to help make the best decision possible. Would You Know If You’re Being Hacked? Cybercriminals are actively
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