Why hasn’t XP been killed yet?

It took a recent global attack to realize many companies are still running outdated, vulnerable software.

Guest networks are open invitation for WannaCry and similar attacks

You might be sick of hearing about this summer’s blockbuster ransomware hit WannaCry and all of its horrible sequels, but hackers aren’t getting tired of locking up your system and files. And if you thought you’re safe because you aren’t running Windows OS, you’re wrong.

WannaCry’s ransomware brother is a wolf in sheep’s clothing

July started off with a different sort of bang as a more sinister and quieter ransomware began infecting systems worldwide.

Interop ITX coverage: How to stop ransomware in its tracks

The first panel we attended at this year’s Interop ITX conference at the MGM in Las Vegas was “Ransomware: How To Stop It In Its Tracks & Respond When You Can’t,” and it was standing room only – an immediate good sign.