Stephen Gates, Chief Research Intelligence Analyst at Zenedge offers an opinion on the latest news featured below from the Financial Times:
"The incidents of Ransomware epidemics will continue for the foreseeable future. From legitimate websites hosting malicious updates, and people's continued inability to not get phished, to the usage of antiquated network protocols aiding in the lateral spread of infection, and the increase in copycat performers, experts all agree this is just the tip of the iceberg. Expect more of the same!" Please contact Zenedge here
By: Aliya Ram in London, Roman Olearchyk in Kiev and Henry Foy in Moscow
Groups still feeling effects a week after ransomware spread from Ukraine
Some ports remain hobbled, packages are going missing and customers are struggling to place and track orders in the wake of the attack © Reuters
Global companies ranging from shipping lines to advertising firms are still struggling with the havoc wreaked by the huge cyber attack that last week swept from Ukraine to organisations in more than 60 countries.
AP Moller-Maersk, WPP,Reckitt Benckiser and FedEx all said their businesses were still not back to normal after the ransomware attack last week compromised hundreds of thousands of computers, industrial equipment and other technology.
Some ports remain hobbled, packages are going missing and customers are struggling to place and track orders, the companies said. Read full article here