Weekly Cyber Risk Roundup: WannaCry Updates and Sensitive Leaks Continue

WannaCry remained as the week’s top trending cybercrime target as organizations continued to deal with the fallout from being infected and researchers uncovered more information on the ransomware. On Friday, a Kaspersky Lab researcher tweeted that machines running Windows 7 were the most impacted by WannaCry, accounting for more than 97 percent of total infections… Read More

As WannaCry Spreads, Law Firm Reveals Separate Ransomware Cost Them $700,000

Businesses across the world are still recovering from last Friday’s outbreak of the WannaCry ransomware. On Monday, White House homeland security adviser Tom Bossert said that the ransomware had hit more than 300,000 computers, and security researchers have since detected several new versions of the malware — at least one of which doesn’t have the… Read More

Weekly Cyber Risk Roundup: WannaCrypt Spreads and Trump Signs Executive Order

The week’s top cybercrime event was the spread of WannaCrypt ransomware, which managed to infect tens of thousands of computers on Friday. The attack affected NHS hospitals and facilities in England and Scotland, Telefonica and Gas Natural in Spain, FedEx in the U.S., and numerous other organizations — largely across Asia and Europe. By Saturday… Read More