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WannaCry, Ransomware and Why CIOs Must Prioritize Patching

“WannaCry”- the global cyber-attack in May affected more than 230,000 organizations in 150 countries. The ransomware attack targeted companies and computers using Microsoft Windows OS by encrypting data and demanding high ransom in Bitcoin cryptocurrency. Parts of Britain’s National Health Service (NHS), Spain’s Telefónica, FedEx and Deutsche Bahn were hit severely, even leading to operations being cancelled and denial of treatment to patients. WannaCry ransomware uses a flaw in Microsoft’s software which was discovered by the National Security Agency and leaked by hackers. Ransomware (demanding payment after launching a cyber-attack) is one of the top cybersecurity threats of 2017 and there are several imminent threats and dangers lurking that set the alarm bells ringing.

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Top 3 Android O Features-Functions For Developers

In less than a month after releasing the third developer preview of Android O, Google is back rolling out yet another version of the OS. The company just dropped the fourth developer preview for beta devices, marking a stable release of the Android Support Library. And customarily, the preview is available for the Pixel, Pixel C, Pixel XL, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Nexus Player, and the Android Emulator.

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Six Best iOS 11 Features – A Roundup Of The Biggest iOS Release Ever

At its 28th annual Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple unveiled iOS 11, the next-generation version of its popular mobile operating system. iOS 11 comes with a slew of improvements and features for users and developers alike. From a revamped App Store and improved Control Center to a more natural-sounding Siri and new Apple Pay features, the release comprises a plethora of updates that further enhance your iOS experience on both iPhone and iPad.

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