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The WannaCry attack: takeaways for C-level executives

What does the WannaCry attack mean from the point of view of the organizations’ overall risk?

In principle, ransomware is far from new. However, this attack has shown that the scale of a ransomware attack can be really massive. 579 more words

Security News

Five things you should know before you start your work day on May 23

Good morning. Editor Nicole MacAdam (@nicole_mac1) here. Investors will get an idea of how much the housing market is weighing on the bottom line at the big banks this week, Ontario’s high-speed rail proposal gets some interest in Ottawa, and Unifor just isn’t buzzed that it’s newest members work at an illegal cannabis dispensary. 819 more words

Executive

TLA Computer Security

(FTB stderr) – Marcus Ranum:

There are many agencies that have some degree of charter for computer security – but “defense” has been a bit of a hot potato. 78 more words

Big Brother

GE executive says Americans are 'more stressed out than ever'

(Source: www.businessinsider.sg)

American consumers’ stress levels are at an all-time high, according to surveys by GE Appliances.

“The average consumer is more stressed out than ever,” Rick Hasselbeck, the CEO of GE Appliances, told Business Insider. 429 more words

Lifestyle

Do we really need activity trackers / fitbits? 

With life moving at an increasingly fast pace, as we are heavily consumed by a rapid online world and on demand services. Activity trackers are a great, convenient way to set fitness and health goals on the go. 607 more words

Product Review

Doubters Are Often Wrong


A United Artists executive found out in 1964 sometimes looks can be deceiving when he rejected Ronald Reagan for the lead role, as a presidential candidate, in the film, The Best Man. 26 more words

News & Features

GE executive says Americans are 'more stressed out than ever'

(Source: www.businessinsider.sg)

American consumers’ stress levels are at an all-time high, according to surveys by GE Appliances.

“The average consumer is more stressed out than ever,” Rick Hasselbeck, the CEO of GE Appliances, told Business Insider. 429 more words

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