Ransomware Attacks in OR

Attack Date Entity Location Entity Type Ransom Paid Amount Paid FOIA Req AV Before AV After
2020-11 Jackson County Medford, Oregon Municipality Unknown $
2020-10 Sky Lakes Medical Center Klamath Falls, Oregon Medical Unknown $
2020-06 City of Keizer Keizer, Oregon Municipality Yes $48000
2018-11 City of North Bend North Bend, Oregon Municipality No $ Yes Faronics Sophos
2018-05 Roseburg Public Schools Roseburg, Oregon Education Unknown $ Yes SentinelOne
2016-05 Grant County Education Service District John Day, Oregon Education Unknown $ Yes Symantec Sophos,EdgeWave
2016-02 Community of Christ Church Hillsboro, Oregon Other Yes $570 N/A

Prevent Ransomware Attacks in OR

Can ransomware attacks be stopped? Yes. Read more about the best ways to prevent hacking.

One of the best ways to stop a ransomware cyber attack or hacker intrusion is to have zero-trust
application whitelisting combined with a comprehensive endpoint security software solution.

Anti-Ransomware security solutions are installed on your endpoint devices including phones, tablets, laptops, workstations, servers and network systems.
Application control tools using a whitelist will block any malware or viruses from infecting your devices or information systems effectively keeping cybercriminals out.

Learn more about PC Matic Professional Business Security solutions at Endpoint Security to Prevent Ransomware or contact a PC Matic Cybersecurity Specialist.

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