Friday Five: 3/30 Edition

Apple and GDPR, the Under Armour breach, and online banking fraud - catch up on the week's infosec news with this roundup!

Friday Five: 3/2 Edition

Government data breaches, healthcare software vulnerabilities, and more -- catch up on the week's infosec news with this roundup!

Deep in the Crypto Mines

The future of malware is here and it’s not coming for your data or your passwords or your bank account details. It’s coming for your computing power.

Thanks For Nothing, 2017

2017 was marked by global ransomware outbreaks, seemingly countless data breaches, and little legislative movement from Congress.

Eternal Blues

The WannaCry worm was one of the more notable attacks of 2017, and since it emerged in May there has been constant speculation about who was responsible for it. The White House this week sought to end that speculation by publicly attributing the attack to North Korea, saying that country’s government was directly responsible for the ransomware campaign and that it was part of a pattern of bad behavior from North Korea.



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