Ransomware: the anatomy of paying a ransom to decrypt hostage files
Bryce Bearchell, Security Consultant
Ransomware is on the rise and clients seeking to understand the process can learn from this client’s story about being a victim of ransomware as to what can be expected and how to handle a ransomware attack. Recently a company facing a malware infection approached us to help them deal with the encryption of most of their servers across their domain. This also included systems that held online backups - and there was no offline backup solution (that’s a topic for a whole different blog post). The company had discovered a ransom note on their affected systems, along with data files that had been deleted and new files created in the format of <original_filename>.whereisyourfile that appeared to be encrypted.
SOC 2 Type 1 and SOC 2 Type 2 Frequently Asked Questions
Dixon Wright, VP SOC, ISO, and Healthcare Services, Coalfire
Coalfire’s SOC Practice Directors Dixon Wright and Jeff Cook recently conducted a webinar on AWS and SOC Reporting, What you need to know. The presentation provided a lot of good points that organizations should know or be prepared for regardless of the technology that is being used. Below you will find a transcript of the Q&A session from the webinar.