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Ransomware attacks push up cyber insurance claims

Viruses such as WannaCry demand money from companies to release data
FT.com

United States: Actions You Can Take To Protect Your Systems And Data From A Cyber Attack - Miles & Stockbridge

As a follow up to our cyber security alert from last week, preparing to protect against an event like the recent "WannaCry" global ransomware attack can include a range of IT, business operations
Mondaq

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News video: World's thinnest convertible laptop, BA boss won't resign

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In today's tech news, Asus unveils the world's thinnest convertible, British Airways CEO won't step down despite global IT crisis and Wannacry ransomware may have been created by native Chinese..
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News video: Innovate E-Commerce's Karen Puchalsky on Ransomware Attacks in USA

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News video: CrowdStrike CEO Weighs in on Ransomware Attacks

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May.22 -- George Kurtz, CrowdStrike's chief executive officer and co-founder, discusses the global ransomware attacks with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."
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News video: The Successor to WannaCry Could Be Much Worse

The Successor to WannaCry Could Be Much Worse 01:02

WannaCry has infected over 240,000 machines, but now there’s an even worse ransomware attack underway: EternalRocks.
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News video: WannaCry Hit Windows 7 Systems Hardest

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Last weekend the WannaCry ransomware infection caused havoc in hundreds of countries and across hundreds of thousands of machines, and in the immediate aftermath of the hit, many were pointing the..
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Shadow Brokers move bitcoins after hacking tool auction

shadow brokers move bitcoins after hacking tool auction
The money was apparently moved by the hackers who released the tool used in the WannaCry ransomware.
BBC News

United States: WannaCry Ransomware Cyberattack Raises Legal Issues - Morgan Lewis

The recent cyberattack highlights the need for firms to engage in proactive prevention and protection.
Mondaq

New Malware 'Judy' infects 36.5 million Android phones globally

As the world was still recovering from the "WannaCrypt" ransomware attack, a malware called "Judy" hit over 36.5 million Android-based phones, making its way through Google Play Store.
Sify

The best defence against ransomware: shoot the hostage

You can nuke an infected computer and start from scratch without losing anything, but only if your backups aren't also held to ransom.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Australia: Why is cyber security not working? - KordaMentha

The recent ransomware attacks have increased awareness in the general public on why we must protect and value our data.
Mondaq

NKorea likely behind ransomware attacks

Cyber security experts have found a link between code used by a North Korean group and that which appeared in early versions of the WannaCry ransomware.
SBS

West fears N Korea cyber warfare cell

North Korea's main spy agency has a special cell called Unit 180 has been linked to the global WannaCry "ransomware" cyber attack.
SBS

Victims call hackers' bluff as ransomware deadline nears

With the clock ticking on whether a global hacking attack would wipe out his data, Bolton Jiang had no intention of paying a 21st-century ransom.
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The AgeBrisbane Times

Post-WannaCrypt, US government moves to weaken NSA secret-keeping

A bill proposed in US Congress would require the National Security Agency to inform representatives of other US government agencies about security holes it finds in software like the one that allowed..
Sydney Morning Herald Also reported by •The AgeBrisbane Times

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