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    Trending in Cybersecurity: June 2017


    Missed the latest news in today’s cybersecurity world? Having trouble keeping up with all the various news stories on ransomware? No problem! Mimecast has got you covered. Our Trending News blog series will bring you up to speed on recent industry news in one place. Check out our top 10 news articles regarding cybersecurity, ransomware and more for the month of June.


    1.  Businesses Spend $2,300 To Deal With a Malware Attack via betanews

    2.  Global Ransomware Attack: What We Know and Don't Know via

    3.  Hackers Have Made Just 3.7 Bitcoin – Or Less Than $10,000 – With The Latest Cyberattack via CNBC News

    • Another attack has occurred, this time hackers have made just 3.7 bitcoin or less than $10,000 with the latest cyberattack.

    4.  Beware Of That CEO Email - It Could Be a Scam via IT Pro Portal

    • Are you aware of all the CEO emails that still continue to pull in victims each and every day? Read how our SME, Steve Malone explains what to look for so you don't end up on the list.

    5.  Government and Bank Websites Flunk New Security and Privacy Test via NBC News

    • Many government and bank websites fail a new security and privacy test, report shows:

    6.  Phishing and Social Engineering Cause Over Half of Cyber Incidents via Infosecurity Magazine

    7.  A New Ransomware Attack Is Infecting Airlines, Banks, And Utilities Across Europe  via The Verge

    8.  FBI: Victims Aren't Reporting Ransomware Attacks via Bleeping Computer

    9.  'Petya' Cyber Attack Worse Than Wannacry Hack That Crippled NHS, Says Expert via Independent 

    • New ransomware 'Petya' worse than 'Wannacry.' See what expert Steve Malone has to say:

    10.  Top 5: Things To Know About Ransomware via Tech Republic

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