You may have heard or seen that the U.S. ICAR has issued a warning with the discrete ID AA20-302A this week.
ICAR stands for Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, while AA20-302A was a joint warning from ICAR, FBI and HHS.
Of course you don’t hear the news under his code name.
Just like software bugs that are officially marked with a harmless sound marker such as CVE-2014-0160, but known in real life as heartbleed, the AA20-302A header is much more worrying:
Disengagement actions were concentrated in the health and public health sectors.
Most of the report is worth studying if you are unfamiliar with the recent ransom story, because it describes a common combination of bone and ryuk malware attacks.
By referring to the latest articles, you can also learn how ransom raids are usually carried out: