lockbit2 attacks denro

Incident Date:

March 19, 2022

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lockbit2 attacks denro






San Fernando, Philippines

Pampanga, Philippines

First Reported

March 19, 2022

Denro Real Estate Firm Targeted by Lockbit2 Ransomware Group

Denro, a real estate firm operating in the residential, commercial, and mixed-use property sectors, has been targeted by the Lockbit2 ransomware group. The attack was announced on the group's dark web leak site, and the victim's website is denro.ca. The company has been in operation since 1993 and is known for its total service package to property owners, including development, leasing, and property management.

Denro's website does not provide detailed information about the size of the company or its specific vulnerabilities that led to the ransomware attack. However, the real estate sector has been a frequent target for cybercriminals, particularly in the context of ransomware attacks. The healthcare industry, for example, has been hit hard by ransomware attacks, with companies like MCNA Dental experiencing a breach that affected over 8.9 million people.

To mitigate the risks of ransomware attacks, companies can take several steps, such as:

  • Regularly backing up data and keeping a copy off-site
  • Training staff on basic data security
  • Being wary of suspicious emails with attachments and web links
  • Maintaining anti-virus and anti-malware software

The Federal Trade Commission offers resources for small businesses to help protect against phishing and other cyberattacks.


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