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The FBI estimated that ransomware earned the bad guys $209 million in one quarter of 2016 alone. With cybercriminals known to have targeted dozens of elite law firms, no one is safe from this scourge. All law firms are being targeted by cybercriminals, yet few are prepared to deal with ransomware.
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The FBI estimated that ransomware earned the bad guys $209 million in one quarter of 2016 alone. That adds up to an average of $333,000 per incident, with a number of healthcare providers having their vital patient data ransomed for millions. The ransom on Hollywood Presbyterian Hospital may have been up to $3.6 million.
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The FBI estimated that ransomware earned the bad guys $209 million in one quarter of 2016 alone. And the retail industry is particularly susceptible to ransomware. All it takes is one inattentive clerk or manager and cybercriminals can bring eCommerce sales to a halt and make POS systems inaccessible.
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The FBI estimated that ransomware earned the bad guys $209 million in one quarter of 2016 alone. Federal, state, and local government agencies are particularly susceptible to ransomware. All it takes is one inattentive employee, and cybercriminals can shut down vital government systems.
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13% of higher education institutions have already been impacted by ransomware. Every student and every staff member is a possible avenue of attack by cybercriminals. Yet, few are prepared to deal with the ransomware menace.
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Business is booming…in cybercrime that is. Over $400 million dollars was lost to cyber criminals in 2015 and 700 million records were compromised and it's only going to get worse as more cyber criminals find new and innovative ways to infiltrate and attack.
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Cybercrime is big business – and topping the cyber-threat list is ransomware. The FBI estimated that ransomware earned the bad guys $209 million in one quarter of 2016 alone. That adds up to an average of $333,000 per incident, and as high as $100 million in some cases.