Petya or NotPetya – How It Spreads And What To Do About It

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Petya or NotPetya That Is The Question

Actually, this latest ransomware outbreak is not Petya. The malware appears to share a significant amount of code with an older piece of ransomware that really was called Petya, but after the outbreak started, security researchers noticed that “the superficial resemblance is only skin deep”.
Researchers at Russia’s Kaspersky Lab redubbed the malware NotPetya, and then folks played the name game and variation like Petna, Pneytna began to spread as a result. As if that didn’t ...

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EU GDPR demystified: a straightforward reference guide for US firms (PART TWO)

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Understanding whether you are impacted by GDPR is a key first step. A survey, carried out at RSA 2017 by Imperva, found that just 43% of companies are preparing for GDPR, 29% were not preparing, and 28% were unaware of any specific preparations being made.

Even if you have no base in one of the EU’s 28 countries, you can still be held accountable if you mishandle the personal data of EU residents. 

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EU GDPR demystified: a straight-forward guide for US firms (PART 1)

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Ahhh GDPR, the EU General Data Protection Regulation (EU-GDPR), the new European data legislation that revamps 20-year-old data protection laws to align with our digital age. It’s a radical and unprecedented piece of legislation, whittled down to a whopping 99 Articles, categorised in 11 Chapters.

Ugh.

AS if 99 articles isn’t bad enough, the effective date is coming sooner than you think….. May 2018, less than a year away.

Some of you, we know, are facing it head on, grappling with how ...

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