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UK Officials Say Google DeepMind Failed to Follow Patient Data Rules

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The UK's Information Commissioner's Office faults London hospitals and Google DeepMind unit over how it handled patient data privacy in implementing its clinical safety initiative.
Malware 2017

Cyber-Security Experts View Petya Malware as Nation-State Attack

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The Ukrainian government and NATO experts consider the NotPetya ransomware attack to be linked to a nation-state, with Ukraine blaming the Russian Federation. Other experts are not convinced.
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Cyber-Security Startups Score Big Rounds of Venture Funding in June SLIDESHOW

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Multiple security vendors raised more than $100 million in June, the most active month for cyber-security startup funding so far in 2017.
online fraud

British Police and Microsoft Take Aim at Tech Support Scam Fraud

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Four suspects were arrested in the U.K as part of a collaboration between Microsoft and law enforcement to help stop the growing problem of tech support fraud.
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IT Security Professionals See Petya Ransomware as Multifaceted Threat SLIDESHOW

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A new variant of Petya ransomware emerges, giving cyber-security analysts and researchers plenty of food for thought about this latest mass cyber-attack based on the leaked EternalBlue exploit.
Kubernetes

Kubernetes 1.7 Improves Container Security and API Aggregation

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The second major release of Kubernetes in 2017 debuts, providing new stable features to improve the extensibility and security of the open-source container orchestration platform.
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Petya Malware Brings New Wave of Cyber-Attacks Across Europe, U.S. VIDEO

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DAILY VIDEO: Ransomware using leaked exploit in massive cyber-attack across Europe; EU slaps Google with record $2.7 billon fine over shopping search; Cisco bolsters hardware, software to support internet of things growth; and there's more.
Data security

Barracuda Sentinel Uses AI to Detect Spear Phishing Attacks

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New service makes use of machine learning and container-based technologies to limit the risk of Business Email Compromise attacks.
Ransomware safe door

Petya Mainly a Threat to Unprepared and Unwilling Organizations

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NEWS ANALYSIS: Despite repeated warnings and the experience last month provided by the WannaCry ransomware, organizations that failed to prepare for known threats found they were most subject to the Petya malware.
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Business Emails Scams Tops FBI List of Costly Cyber-Attacks VIDEO

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DAILY VIDEO: FBI reports $1.33B in online victim Losses; BEC tops list of attacks; Cisco, Apple extend mobile-networking partnership into security; IBM, Cisco team up for new on-premises, hybrid cloud object storage; and there's more.
Malware evolves

McAfee Report Finds New Malware Evolving to Evade 'Sandboxes' SLIDESHOW

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McAfee Labs June threat report finds that new ransomware malware variants continue to emerge and diversify.
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New Petya Ransomware Attack Moving Laterally to Exploit Users

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The Petya ransomware attack hits Ukraine the hardest, but overall the impact in the U.S and other nations has been limited compared to the WannaCry malware outbreak in May.

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