Tom Pullar-Strecker reports:
South Island businesses may be paying an early price for the United States’ recent successes against ransomware attackers.
Evidence is emerging that ransomware criminals may be switching attacks to “soft targets” including New Zealand and Australian firms after President Biden laid down the law with Russia, experts say.
A ransomware group known as Lockbit 2.0 claims to have attacked three small and mid-sized New Zealand firms in recent weeks.
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