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Facebook, WhatsApp, YouTube on work time? This cloud tech aims to...

In September, more than 50 schools throughout Spain plan to employ IMT Lazarus' cloud-based mobile-device management platform.

WannaCry ransomware slipped in through slow patching

The plain truth about security updates is that enterprises will always have a lag time between when patches are released and when they're deployed.

Even so, too many organizations are taking too long to test and schedule, and they're paying the pric...

An NSA-derived ransomware worm is shutting down computers worldwide

Wcry uses weapons-grade exploit published by the NSA-leaking Shadow Brokers.

WanaCrypt ransomware snatches NSA exploit, fscks over Telefoacute;nica, other orgs in...

EternalBlue now an eternal headache Updated  Workers at Telefoacute;nica's Madrid headquarters were left staring at their screen on Friday following a ransomware outbreak.…

Massive ransomware attack hits UK hospitals, Spanish banks

Ransomware attack appears to be targeting institutions in several European countries.

3D printing and drones are the tech del día at Spanish...

Greetings from sunny Salamanca Startup Olé 2017  Hardware tech and companies from across the world came together at the EU-backed Startup Olé conference in Salamanca, western Spain, last week.…

US dismantles Kelihos botnet after Russian hacker’s arrest

The arrest last week of a Russian man in Spain was apparently for his role in a massive spam botnet and not related to an ongoing investigation into foreign tampering with last year's U.S. election.The botnet, called Kelihos, has enslaved hundreds of thousands of computers, and distributed spam and malware to users across the globe. However, the U.S. has taken action to dismantle the illegal operation, the Department of Justice said on Monday.[ 18 surprising tips for security pros. | Discover how to secure your systems with InfoWorld's Security Report newsletter. ]The arrest of 36-year-old Peter Yuryevich Levashov, the botnet's alleged operator, was at first thought to be related to the ongoing U.S. investigation of presidential election-related hacking, but the DOJ said on Monday that wasn't the case.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here

Feds deliver fatal blow to botnet that menaced world for 7...

Alleged Kelihos kingpin arrested while his family traveled from Russia to Spain.

“We all love the Tomahawk:” a brief history of US’s favorite...

Since 1983, TLAM has been the DOD’s favorite way to reach out and touch someone.

The 10,000 year-old case of the Spanish cannibals

Archaeologists find evidence that humans cooked and ate humans in an ancient cave.

Neanderthal teeth tell tales of diet and medicine

But interpreting rudimentary DNA evidence requires some leaps.