[ZDNet] Ransomware: Banning victims from paying ransoms might reduce attacks, but it won’t stop them

Ransomware attacks have become extremely lucrative for cyber criminals because so many victims pay up. Some suggest paying ransoms should be banned – but others suggest it will lead to more problems.

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[SecurityWeek] Endpoint Management Startup Aiden Technologies Closes $2.9 Million Seed Round

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