City of Cleveland Scrambling to Restore Systems Following Cyberattack

June 14, 2024 at 03:00AM The City of Cleveland faced a cyberattack, leading to the shutdown of systems at City Hall and Erieview Plaza. Key services remained unaffected, and steps were taken to secure and restore affected systems. The city is working with partners to investigate the incident’s nature and scope. The identity of the … Read more

Missouri County Hit by Ransomware

April 3, 2024 at 08:18AM Jackson County, Missouri, is facing significant disruptions in its IT systems due to a ransomware attack. The incident has led to inconsistencies in digital infrastructure and rendered certain systems inoperative, affecting tax payments and various online services. The county has closed its physical offices and engaged law enforcement and security … Read more

UnitedHealth brings some Change Healthcare pharmacy services back online

March 8, 2024 at 12:57PM Change Healthcare, a subsidiary of United Health Group, is recovering from a BlackCat ransomware attack causing widespread disruptions to the US healthcare system. Electronic prescription systems are now back online, and payment transmission is available. However, the system’s full restoration is still in progress, with an interim solution managing 90% … Read more

German battery maker Varta halts production after cyberattack

February 14, 2024 at 12:05PM VARTA AG, a German battery manufacturer partially owned by Energizer Holdings, was hit by a cyberattack causing a shutdown of IT systems and halting production at five plants. Although the extent of the impact is still being assessed, the company is focusing on data integrity and has activated an emergency … Read more

Fulton County Court System Still Hobbled by Cyberattack

February 7, 2024 at 04:25PM Fulton County, Georgia, grapples with the aftermath of a cyberattack causing a power outage and disruptions to court filings and tax processing. This has led to concerns about the future of court cases and the overall system. Criminal defense attorney Joshua Schiffer highlighted the strain on the judicial process, with … Read more

Nissan Restoring Systems After Cyberattack

December 7, 2023 at 08:54AM Nissan Oceania is actively working to recover its systems following a recent cyberattack. (14 words) Meeting Takeaways: – Nissan Oceania has experienced a cyberattack. – The company is currently in the process of restoring its systems following the incident. – Further updates on the situation can be found on the … Read more

Ardent Hospitals Diverting Patients Following Ransomware Attack

November 28, 2023 at 05:42AM Healthcare services provider Ardent Health Services experienced a ransomware attack on Thanksgiving morning, causing disruptions to clinical and financial operations. Patient care is unaffected, but certain procedures are being rescheduled and patients are being diverted to other hospitals. Ardent is working to restore systems and determine the extent of the … Read more

Hackers use Citrix Bleed flaw in attacks on govt networks worldwide

November 1, 2023 at 02:49PM Threat actors are targeting government, technical, and legal organizations globally by exploiting the ‘Citrix Bleed’ vulnerability (CVE-2023-4966) in Citrix NetScaler ADC and Gateway appliances. The attacks have been ongoing since August 2023 and involve credential theft and lateral movement. The attacks are difficult to detect due to limited forensic evidence. … Read more

We’re not in e-Kansas anymore: State courts reel from ‘unauthorized incursion’

October 16, 2023 at 01:40PM Many state courts in Kansas are relying on paper filings due to an ongoing security incident, which may last for weeks. The Kansas Supreme Court turned off its eFiling system to examine the incident, and all filings must now be done on paper or by fax. The extent of the … Read more