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WannaCry is a painful reminder of why enterprises must stay current on software updates

WannaCry is a wake-up call for the excessive numbers of companies needlessly dragging their feet over Windows 10 migrations. Certainly since Friday, we’ve seen an upswing in …

WannaCry: Smaller businesses are at great risk

Last week saw a widespread attack with more than 10,000 organisations across 150 countries – including 48 NHS trusts in the UK – almost simultaneously hit by the ransomware …

WannaCry and IoT: Vendors react

Among the organizations most gravely affected by the WannaCry ransomware was the UK National Health Service. According to The Sunday Times, 48 NHS organisations were hit, …

Who are we kidding? WannaCry is not a first

On Friday, May 12, 2017, the world was alarmed to discover that cybercrime has reached a new record, in a widespread ransomware attack dubbed WannaCry that is believed to have …

WannaCry: Who’s behind it? Who’s to blame?

As the amount of money in the three bitcoin addresses associated with the WannaCry attack slowly continues to rise, the question of who is behind the ransomware is still …

Microsoft to governments: Stop hoarding vulnerabilities

Microsoft is full of surprises lately: first they issued patches for unsupported versions of Windows, then they publicly criticized the NSA for hoarding knowledge about …

Are you ready for a second wave of WannaCry ransomware?

WannaCry is a name that made many cry in frustration this weekend, and the danger is still not over. The first onslaught According to Europol director Rob Wainwright, over …

Massive ransomware campaign spreading around the world like wildfire

Organizations around the world have been hit with the Wana Decrypt0r (aka WannaCry) ransomware, in what seems to be the most massive ransomware delivery campaign to date. …

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