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A worldwide cyberattack once again exploited a vulnerability that has been known to experts for many months. These attacks are sure to continue and the best defense is knowledge. Awareness of how malware works and employee training to avoid the human error that may trigger an infection can prevent your organization from becoming a victim.
This latest ransomware variant, referred to as “Petya,” is similar in many respects to the “WannaCry” ransomware that affected hundreds of thousands of computers in mid-May, using the same Eternal Blue exploit to infect computers.
Companies will be required to get “hard” consent from European Union citizens before each data processing activity once the General Data Protection Regulation takes effect in May 2018.
The law impacts both EU companies and businesses offering goods or services to citizens within the EU.
Summer is the time for vacations, and with that comes the stress of balancing work pressures while out of the office. Many employees prefer not to take vacations when the alternative is trying to conduct work from a cell phone on the beach. Maybe a lesson can be learned from France and the recently publicized “right to disconnect.”
The French government has acknowledged the impact of persistent connectivity on both the economy and employee well-being. Since January 1, French employees have a right to unplug.