Ransomware often strikes and spreads through e-mail. In fact, there is a new rapidly spreading ransomware attack occuring that's referred to as Peyta Ransomware. This is a new variant of ransomware that was first seen over a year ago. Peyta ransomware not only encrypts files, but locks users out of computer systems as well, thus making the remediation of this threat much more difficult and time consuming. Be sure to take extra precaution when opening attachments and clicking on web links in your email as this variant of ransomware apears to be spreading via e-mail at this time.
As a guide for how to detect social engineering in your e-mail inbox, we've put together this printable 11x17 infographic so that you can keep it in front of you at your desk or your team's bulletin board.
- Click on the image
- Save the pdf to your computer
- Print on 11x17 paper (or choose "fit to page" to print on 8.5x11 paper)
If you have questions or security concerns, we have healthcare security experts standing by to help you.