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The Mirai botnet began by knocking rival Minecraft servers offline. It has since evolved to infect IoT devices worldwide.


MDBR prevents systems from connecting to harmful web domains, limiting infections related to malware, ransomware, phishing, and other cyber threats.


In June 2021, the MS-ISAC observed BitCoin Miner, Mirai, and Ursnif’s return to the Top 10. The Top 10 Malware variants comprise 62% of total malware activity.


We hope you'll stop by and see us at the upcoming HIMSS Global Health Conference & Exhibition in Las Vegas! We'll be at Booth C365 at Caesar's.


The Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center has created an End-of-Support (EOS) list of software where updates, patches, and other forms of support are no longer offered.


Hospitals in Need of Cybersecurity STAT! This week's episode centers around hospital cybersecurity starting with Malicious Domain Blocking and Reporting.


The MS-ISAC is revamping the way it collects, analyzes, and disseminates Cyber Threat Intelligence (CTI) to members.


In May 2021, Quasar returned to the Top 10 Malware. Shlayer is likely to continue its prevalence as organizations move back to an in-person model.


In April 2021, CryptoWall, Gh0st, and NanoCore’s return to the MS-ISAC Top 10 Malware list, while BitCoin Miner made its first appearance.


In March 2021, the MS-ISAC observed Blaknight and Danabot’s return to the Top 10, while CopperStealer made its first appearance.


The MS-ISAC's CTI team assessed that ransomware groups will continue to leverage stolen data throughout 2021.


Mimikatz is also often used in cybersecurity attacks because it can extract plaintext passwords, hashes, pin codes, and Kerberos tickets from memory.


Learn about the credential theft Trojan, TrickBot and how to prevent and respond to infections.


In February 2021, the MS-ISAC observed CryptoWall and Kovter’s return to the Top 10, while Hancitor and Jupyter made their first appearance.


Following simple online safety best practices can help you avoid becoming the next victim of a cyber attack. Learn simple ways to stay secure at work.


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