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GroupSense offers a comprehensive package of services for assessing and responding to ransomware attacks, including negotiations with threat actors.
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As the cyber insurance bubble begins to burst, the market scrambles for a new approach

By Editorial Team on Nov 24, 2021 3:47:22 PM

Bryce Webster-Jacobsen, Director of Intelligence Operations at digital risk protection / ransomware negotiators GroupSense, was a featured on SC Media. Bryce spoke to Joe Uchill about the cyber insurance bubble bursting and how organizations need to take a different approach.

Topics: News

SafetyDetectives - Digital Risk Protection Q&A with Kurtis Minder

By Editorial Team on Nov 19, 2021 5:05:52 PM

Earlier this week, Kurtis Minder, GroupSense CEO & Co-founder, was interviewed by Aviva Zacks, Cybersecurity Expert and Writer at SafetyDectives. During the interview they discussed GroupSense's backstory, how GroupSense serves their clients, what makes GroupSense so unique, and the worst cyberthreat out there today. Below are a few highlights from the interview.

Topics: News

A Mysterious Network of Twitter Bots Promote Alleged NRA Hack

By External Author on Nov 2, 2021 12:00:00 PM

When a mysterious Russian hacking gang announced last week that it had assaulted the National Rifle Association with a ransomware attack, the NRA was quiet on whether the claim was true. But a network of hundreds of Twitter trolls were far from mute—they lapped up the news and went to town amplifying it across Twitter.

Topics: News Ransomware

As demo’d with NRA, ‘information operations’ may be new way to give ransomware victims Grief

By External Author on Nov 1, 2021 11:30:00 AM

After the notorious Grief ransomware group added the National Rifle Association to its public list of victims, messages of the breach was reportedly amplified by a network of fake Twitter accounts. While it's still unclear if the network is connected to Grief, experts worry it could mark the beginning of information campaigns being added to the ransomware arsenal.

Topics: News Ransomware

4th Cybersecurity Conference: How to Negotiate with Ransomware Hackers

By Editorial Team on Oct 28, 2021 3:30:00 PM

On Thursday, October 28th, GroupSense's CEO, Kurtis Minder, spoke at Convent's 4th Annual Cybersecurity Conference. Kurtis spoke to Andreas Horchler, Founder & Managing Partner of, about his experiences as a Ransomware Negotiator and how to negotiate with ransomware hackers.

Topics: News Video Webinar Ransomware Events

Cybercrime Magazine Podcast: Ransomware Negotiation

By Editorial Team on Oct 27, 2021 10:00:00 AM

Cybercrime Radio, host Hillarie McClure spoke with Kurtis Minder, a ransomware negotiator and CEO of GroupSense, a leading provider in Cyber Reconnaissance.

Topics: News Ransomware

SC Media Ransomware Kill Chain Feature

By Editorial Team on Oct 22, 2021 12:00:00 PM

Ransomware needs its own kill chain framework

GroupSense's Intelligence Analyst, Nicole Hoffman, is featured in SC Media. Nicole explains the evolution of the Cyber Kill Chain developed by Lockheed Martin and argues that the industry needs a kill chain specifically for ransomware.

Topics: News Blog Ransomware

Cover Story: The dark web rises

By External Author on Oct 18, 2021 10:15:00 AM

The dark web is often seen as a virtual back alley — a shady place where underground deals are made and criminal gangs plot their next heist. While most law-abiding citizens tend to steer clear of the dark web, the growing number of ransomware attacks and cybercriminal cases has made it far too dangerous to ignore. 

Topics: News Ransomware

The Ransomware Pandemic that COVID Started

By Kurtis Minder on Oct 15, 2021 9:45:00 AM

By Kurtis Minder, CEO, GroupSense

Topics: News Blog Ransomware

Couple use peanut butter sandwich to trade nuclear secrets for crypto

By External Author on Oct 12, 2021 9:30:00 AM

A husband and wife espionage team could face up to 10 years in prison after investigators discovered their alleged attempts to hide — and sell — top-secret military information in ordinary items such as a peanut butter sandwich and a stick of chewing gum.

Topics: News Ransomware