Customer-facing systems are being restored, says Travelex CEO Tony D'Souza, 18 days after the ransomware attack broke out
Last week, a group claiming to be behind the Sodinokibi ransomware attack on Travelex threatened to release data. This week, Travelex refuses to comment on whether it paid up…
Travelex continues to insist that no personal data was compromised
Travelex 'negotiating' with Sodinokibi ransomware group threatening to release or sell personal data
Travelex reportedly negotiating $6m ransom as group threaten to release personal data Travelex claims hasn't been compromised…..
'The company has not reported a data breach,' ICO tells Computing, but adds that they may be required to 'explain why it wasn't reported'
Travelex statement admits Sodinokibi ransomware outbreak but claims that no "structured personal customer data" has been compromised
Cyber criminals demand $3 million in ransom from Travelex after infecting its network with Sodinokibi ransomware
Attackers claim to have copied more than 5GB of users' personal data
Tracking the threat actors: NCSC's Eleanor Fairford on the evolving threats to the UK's critical infrastructure
'We're seeing ransomware increasingly deployed against utility providers, law enforcement and emergency response units'
The PureLocker ransomware appears to have links with a malware-as-a-service provider
Pemex falls victim to DoppelPaymer ransomware linked with same group that was behind Dridex and BitPaymer
Majority of customers don't have access to their data yet
City of Johannesburg has until 5pm to pay ransom demand - or personal data of citizens will be released
'We have dozens of back doors inside your city. We have control of everything,' warn City of Johannesburg hackers
Paying a ransom encourages criminals to target more people, FBI warns
The affected hospitals are turning away new patients and cancelling elective surgeries
More than 600 US government entities hit with ransomware so far this year - and it's only going to get worse
Emisoft warning over rising ransomware epidemic that has overwhelmed public sector organisations, school districts and healthcare providers
In their farewell message in June, the group believed to be behind the new ransomware said they wanted to enjoy a "well-deserved retirement"
Emotet returns following summer holiday
Victims have been advised not to pay ransom that that won't help them recover their files
Ransomware-as-a-service attacks on UK organisations have tripled over the past year, claims SonicWall
GitHub Bluekeep explainer significantly lowers the bar for writing malware similar to NotPetya and WannaCry
GandCrab gang not retiring, but rebranding to offer a more exclusive, lower profile 'service'
St John's Ambulance claims that it identified the ransomware outbreak quickly and dealt with it within half-an-hour
LockerGoga ransomware attack in March saw a return to pen-and paper drawings and fax communications between offices
EclecticIQ's Aleksander Jarosz on minimising the risk of lockdowns, data theft and disruption