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UK-based financial technology company Finastra is investigating a cybersecurity incident that may involve a piece of ransomware infecting its internal systems.

The rollout of 5G across the UK is well underway, providing download speeds of up to 10 times faster than 4G.

Hackers looking to deploy ransomware and extort businesses are most likely to target the government, energy and manufacturing sectors, according to a new report from VMware.

The easiest way for a cyber-attacker to gain access to sensitive data is by compromising an end user’s identity and credentials.

According to a survey conducted by Insurance firm Gallagher, millions of businesses operating in the UK don't have basic cyber insurance coverage.

As ransomware attacks are hitting the news headlines, CIOs and CTOs are in a lookout for a permanent solution to stifle attacks on their IT infrastructure respectively.

Because of the financial success of ransomware, it continues to attract cybercriminals, who either launch large-scale attacks that seek to suck in careless victims or who carefully plan highly focused attacks aimed at specific targets that are most likely to pay up.

The option for Ransomware Protection is disabled by default even though it is available as a native option since the release of Windows 10 version 1709.

The UK has been the biggest target for ransomware attacks for the first half of 2019 with the number rising 195%, it has been claimed.

Ransomware is an criminal business model that uses malicious software to hold valuable files, data or information for ransom. Victims of a ransomware attack may have their operations severely degraded or totally shut down.

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