[HackerNews] Researchers Warn of 4 Emerging Ransomware Groups That Can Cause Havoc

Cybersecurity researchers on Tuesday took the wraps off four up-and-coming ransomware groups that could pose a serious threat to enterprises and critical infrastructure, as the ripple effect of a recent spurt in ransomware incidents show that attackers are growing more sophisticated and more profitable in extracting payouts from victims.
“While the ransomware crisis appears poised to get worse

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