The Clop ransomware group may well be the next in law enforcement crosshairs, as the US Department of State has authorized a $10 million bounty on information about the group under its "Reward for Justice" program.
Clop ransomware has breached dozens of organizations, including the City of Toronto, Virgin Red, and Pension Protection Fund via the GoAnywhere vulnerability.
Clop ransomware gang breached 130 organizations via Fortra GoAnywhere managed file transfer tool and stole 1 million CHS Healthcare patients' records.
Clop Ransomware gang encrypted South Korean Retail Operator E-Land after secretly stealing 2 million credit card details for more than a year using a stealth POS malware.
Law firm associated with Donald Trump and half of Fortune 500 companies leaked 100 GB of confidential client information in a third-party data breach linked to Clop ransomware.
UK water supplier, South Staffordshire PLC, suffered a Clop ransomware attack during one of the country’s worst droughts, with the gang mistakenly identifying another water utility as the victim.