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A study conducted by Spiceworks found over two-thirds of organizations are running unsupported versions of Microsoft Office software, exposing them to potential cyber-attacks.
The British government is joining the likes of tech giants like Microsoft in blaming North Korea for the WannaCry ransomware epidemic that impacted hundreds of thousands of victims globally, including a third of NHS trusts in England.
Security researchers unveiled a serious weakness dubbed KRACK (Key Reinstallation AttaCK), found in WPA2, the security standard which protects all modern Wi-Fi networks, and the consequences could be dire.
Another major crypto-ransomware campaign was spotted this week and has been found to have attacked over 20 million user inboxes.
NHS Lanarkshire suffered a second ransomware attack over the weekend, resulting in canceled operations and uncared for patients.
Right now, Ransomware is the Great White Shark of cyber-attacks, the most feared malware of all, and both corporate and home users are running scared.
A new study released by Alert Logic found that public cloud environments are more secure than hybrid or private clouds and on-premises networks.
A series of ransomware attacks rolled out today targeting several multinational companies across Europe and government agencies.
Reporters from the Times and the Guardian claim that while on a tour of the UK’s new aircraft carrier, the HMS Queen Elizabeth, Windows XP was seen on a computer screen inside a control room.
Honda was forced to shut down one of its manufacturing plants on Monday after finding WannaCry ransomware on its network.