Wannacry ransomware cost the British National Health Service £92m ($121m)
Early Friday morning the world experienced the year’s latest cyberattack. Starting first in the United Kingdom and Spain, the malicious “WannaCrypt” software quickly spread globally, blocking customers from their data unless they paid a ransom using Bitcoin. The WannaCrypt exploits used in the attack were drawn from the exploits stolen from the National Security Agency,...
Whether to pay ransomware is a complicated—and costly—calculation.
Hackers behind attacks such as WannaCry might not have become hugely rich, but that doesn’t mean they are going to give up any time soon
Ransomware-as-a-service soon to be renamed Lure-as-a-Service
Hiding the small movement inside the big movement
The ransomware epidemic that's sweeping Europe and beyond didn't make the same mistakes WannaCry did. That's bad news.
WannaCry is yet another systematic breakdown in security: the blame, though, is less with Microsoft and end users — nor the government — but rather a mismatched business model.