Recently, An Indiana hospital paid a ransom of $55,000 to get rid of ransomware that had infected its systems and was hindering operations. when attackers breached the network of Hancock Health, a regional hospital in the city of Greenfield, Indiana. Hancock Health CEO Steve Long said the hackers are believed to be in eastern Europe and may have used a type of ransomware called SamSam, SamSam encrypted files and renamed them with the phrase “I’m sorry”, according to a local newspaper who broke the news. The hospital said that despite having backups it opted to pay the ransom demand of…
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