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The partners include Microsoft, McAfee, Aspen Digital, Citrix, The Cyber Threat Alliance, Cybereason, The CyberPeace Institute, The Cybersecurity Coalition, The Global Cyber Alliance, Institute for Security and Technology, Rapid7, Resilience, SecurityScorecard, Shadowserver Foundation, Stratigos Security, Team Cymru, Third Way, and UT Austin Stauss Center.
With the ransomware threat growing larger by the day, the Institute for Security and Technology has decided to come up with a Ransomware Task Force to avert the threat posed by cybercriminals.
he increased use of telehealth during the pandemic presents a ripe opportunity for attack to cybercriminals, an area that has already seen a nearly exponential increase in targeted attacks this year, as outlined in a report by SecurityScorecard.
“Ransomware” is becoming a real threat in cyberspace and to counter this rapidly growing threat, a community of tech corporations, defense agencies, and non-profit organizations have formed a coalition: the Ransomware Task Force (RTF).
A group made up of 19 security firms has announced plans to form a new coalition to deal with the rising threat of ransomware. Named the Ransomware Task Force (RTF), the new group will focus on assessing existing technical solutions that provide protections during a ransomware attack.
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The group, formed by the Institute for Security and Technology (IST), includes member companies Citrix, Cybereason, McAfee, Microsoft, Rapid7, and SecurityScorecard, along with the Cyber Threat Alliance and Global Cyber Alliance. And it’s tasked with providing recommendations for both public agencies and private companies to reduce the threat posed by ransomware in the next two to three months.
Industry group wants to get a framework in the hands of the new administration's cybersecurity officials by early spring 2021.
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