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Post-WannaCry: Only 3% of companies are prepared for new types of cyberattacks

3 monthes ago   |   By The Next Web

One year ago, my phone lit up with the first text alert about the WannaCry ransomware attack. From the onset, it was clear this attack was major and that it was moving across the world at an unprecedented speed. Over four days, WannaCry inflicted billions of dollars of damages and infected more than 300,000 machines. Once my team and I handled the acute issues for our customers, our threat research team studied the differences between WannaCry and other major global incidents. The dawn of a new cyberattack era We determined that WannaCry was fundamentally different, signaling the dawn of...
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