This is a great example of what can happen when you have your CyberSecurity shop in order. JP Morgan Chase may not have prevented the actions in the first place but I’m sure they have learned from the mistakes. It appears that they may have righted the ship.
Some highlights from the article concerning changes and new monetary figures:
“have made some US$325 million this year according to the Cyber Threat Alliance, dwarfing FBI June figures”
“This lowers detection rates significantly compared to the already successful Cryptowall 3.0 attacks.”
“It includes a modified protocol that enables it to avoid being detected, even by second generation enterprise firewall solutions.