Of counsel Richard M. Frankel and partner Steven J. Kuperschmid of Ruskin Moscou Faltischek ()
Ransomware malware is crafted to exploit system vulnerabilities documented by the National Security Agency and deployed with alarming success. Personal information from millions of corporate clients is exposed due to simple, third-party errors. And all the while, questions remain about how deep recent cyberespionage acts may have penetrated the nation’s institutions and economy.
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