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Juha Saarinen: Stop the cyber war now - New Zealand Herald

Juha Saarinen: Stop the cyber war nowNew Zealand HeraldEvidence is forming that this week's Petya/NotPetya or GoldenEye malware attack wasn't an attempt by criminals at ransoming users, but an act of sabotage against Ukrainian IT systems. What's more, the malware campaign was a fiasco as it spread outside ...and more »

Another Cybersecurity Wake-Up Call—Answer It - Automation World;

Another Cybersecurity Wake-Up Call—Answer It - Automation World

Automation WorldAnother Cybersecurity Wake-Up Call—Answer ItAutomation WorldJust a few weeks after WannaCry, another ransomware attack is infecting organizations around the world, including power, communications, oil and gas, and other critical infrastructures. SHARE ARTICLE: This is an advertisement!and more »

Singapore spared brunt of NotPetya ransomware attack - The New Paper;

Singapore spared brunt of NotPetya ransomware attack - The New Paper

The New PaperSingapore spared brunt of NotPetya ransomware attackThe New PaperA new ransomware attack on Tuesday night wreaked havoc on the information technology systems of major organisations across the globe. Though Singapore seemed to have escaped relatively unscathed so far, several companies lost work hours yesterday ...and more »

Global scramble to tackle new malware; Singapore largely unscathed - The Straits Times;

Global scramble to tackle new malware; Singapore largely unscathed - The Straits Times

The Straits TimesGlobal scramble to tackle new malware; Singapore largely unscathedThe Straits TimesWhile some of the world's governments and largest organisations scramble to restore services in the aftermath of the latest ransomware attack, Singapore's key installations and services have largely dodged the bullet - so far. Experts warn that the ...and more »

Comparing NotPetya and WannaCry and tips on how to stay safe from ransomware - The Straits Times;

Comparing NotPetya and WannaCry and tips on how to stay safe from ransomware - The Straits Times

The Straits TimesComparing NotPetya and WannaCry and tips on how to stay safe from ransomwareThe Straits TimesSINGAPORE - The latest ransomware identified as NotPetya that hit the Windows computers of businesses, port operators and governments is said to be more dangerous and intrusive than WannaCry, which spread in May (2017). Here's a look at how the two ...and more »