FedEx's TNT Express subsidiary was cyber attacked, disrupting operations and communications systems, the company announced Wednesday. » Read More
Phil Quade, Fortinet chief information security officer, and Adam Meyers, Crowdstrike VP of intelligence, discuss Tuesday’s massive cyberattack that swept across Europe. » Read More
A virus affecting businesses throughout Europe is demanding a $300 ransom, paid in bitcoin, from victims. » Read More
By: Arjun Kharpal
Over 12,000 machines in around 65 countries including the United States have been hit by the cyberattack. » Read More
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