*First working day in Asia since attacks hit. The countries most affected by WannaCry were the same as Friday: Russia, Taiwan, Ukraine and India, Avast's data showed. Earlier on Monday, Chinese traffic police and schools reported they had been targeted as the attack rolled into Asia for the new work week, but no there were no major disruptions.
*First working day in Asia since attacks hit. LONDON/ WASHINGTON, May 15- The global WannaCry "ransomware" cyber attack spread more slowly on Monday with no major infections reported, as attention shifted to investment and government policy implications of lax cyber security. Earlier on Monday, Chinese traffic police and schools reported they had been targeted...
*Attackers use tools honed by U.S. National Security Agency. TORONTO/ FRANKFURT, May 13- Businesses around the world scrambled on Saturday to prepare for a renewed cyber attack, convinced that a lull in a computer offensive that has stopped car factories, hospitals, schools and other organizations in around 100 countries was only temporary.
SINGAPORE/ LONDON, May 13- A global cyber attack leveraging hacking tools believed to have been developed by the U.S. National Security Agency has infected tens of thousands of computers in nearly 100 countries, disrupting Britain's health system and global shipper FedEx. The ransomware encrypted data on the computers, demanding payments of $300 to $600 to...
WASHINGTON, May 12- A global cyber attack on Friday renewed concerns about whether the U.S. National Security Agency and other countries' intelligence services too often horde software vulnerabilities for offensive purposes, rather than quickly alerting technology companies to such flaws. "These attacks underscore the fact that vulnerabilities will be...
*Tens of billions of dollars pour into China's " Silk Road". SHANGHAI/ BEIJING, April 24- Global security companies and their smaller Chinese rivals are jostling for business along Beijing's modern-day " Silk Road," the grandiose plan for land and sea routes connecting the world's second largest economy with the rest of Asia and beyond. It won't be easy, however, with...
Feb 21- Shares in U.S. private prison operators CoreCivic Inc and Geo Group, already buoyed by hopes they would profit from a Republican administration, may rise further on immigration curbs and narrow a valuation gap with REIT peers. The U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's detention centers are all outsourced to private operators.
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