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For Americans whose businesses fall victim to ransomware and want simple advice on whether to pay the criminals, don’t expect much help from the US government. The answer is apt to be: It depends.
A team of San Diego scientists is harnessing artificial intelligence to understand why Covid-19 symptoms can vary dramatically from one person to the next – information that could prove useful in the continued fight against the coronavirus and future pandemics.
Amid wave of US private sector hacks, feds face pressure to aid businesses on cybersecurity response
US officials in Washington are facing rising pressure to provide more support to private sector companies that stand vulnerable to attacks that would disrupt energy, transportation, manufacturing and other key sectors President Joe Biden wants to grow anew in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.
(Reuters) -Meatpacker JBS USA paid a ransom equivalent to $11 million following a cyberattack that disrupted its North American and Australian operations, the company's CEO said in a statement on Wednesday.
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Fastly Inc., the company behind a major global internet outage this week, said on Wednesday the incident was caused by a bug in its software that was triggered when one of its customers changed their settings.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The head of Colonial Pipeline told U.S. senators on Tuesday that hackers who launched last month's cyber attack against the company and disrupted fuel supplies to the U.S. Southeast were able to get into the system by stealing a single password.
Bitcoin's value continues to tumble, analyst speculating this is due to the US being able trace the typically "untraceable" currency used as payment in a cyber ransom.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -Washington, DC's attorney general filed a lawsuit against Amazon.com on Tuesday, alleging the online retailer broke antitrust law by requiring that third-party sellers not offer better deals for their products elsewhere.
Bitcoin's value bounced back, from a low of about RM124,245, after Elon Musk tweeted possibly hinting that Tesla would not be selling its throve of Bitcoin.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -U.S. safety officials investigating the cause of a Tesla Model S crash that killed two men in Texas last month said on Monday that testing suggested the vehicle's automated steering system was "not available" on the road where the accident occurred.