"We'll be approaching the return to office with a gradual, phased approach, taking both team and individual needs and preferences into account: We are taking slow, deliberate steps to begin re-opening offices in areas where they still remain largely closed," Pichai said in an email sent to staff on Monday. … [Read more...] about Google to gradually return to work as Apple reportedly plans to re-open more stores
EasyJet hackEasyJet said that its investigation had led them to believe that the hackers had been targeting intellectual property rather than data that would assist in identity theft, as the stolen data included the unique three-digit CVV/CVC numbers found at the back of every bank card. … [Read more...] about EasyJet cyberattack blamed on Chinese hackers
The campaign often uses lures such as warning the user of potential Coronavirus scams, or providing information about testing and treatment centres. They contain downloadable Word files or password-protected Excel sheets containing macros that download and execute the relevant version of Zloader. … [Read more...] about Zloader malware makes a sudden resurgence
The plea by leading public figures for governments to work alongside civil society comes after reports of cyberattacks emerged from various countries. For instance, incidents like Ransomware lock the computer and maim the healthcare system, interrupting critical treatments, various researches, tests, etc. … [Read more...] about Red Cross leads call to halt healthcare cyberattacks
The new survey, a special edition of AppDynamics' "Agents of Transformation" report, shows just how impactful the pandemic has been when it comes to IT: 95 percent of respondents said their organizations have changed their technology priorities during the pandemic. As many as 71 percent could point to digital transformation projects that were implemented within weeks rather than the months or years it would have taken before the pandemic. … [Read more...] about Is the COVID-19 crisis spurring faster digital transformation or short-term IT fixes?