Hackers are seeing a decline in the ransomware payments they can extract from companies, as businesses take more precautions and authorities roll out new tactics. But is this a sign the tables have really turned on cyber criminals or are they regrouping with new business models?
WSJ reporter Robert McMillan joins host Zoe Thomas to discuss.
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0:00 Ransomware payments fell sharply last year
0:58 How far down are ransomware payments and are they happening less?
2:08 What has law enforcement said about the changes in cyberattacks?
3:13 What do high profile charges and arrests mean for the ransomware groups?
4:18 Are these ransomware groups changing their business models?
5:27 Have the tables really turned on ransomware attacks?
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