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A new ransomware sample poses as a version of Pokémon Go for Windows. These features include a backdoor Windows account, spreading the executable to other drives, and creating network shares. IT security experts from Lieberman Software, ESET and Tripwire discuss the ransomware:

New York, NY: The Counter Extremism Project released the following statement in response to Twitter’s claim that the social media company has suspended 235,000 accounts since February 2016 for violating policies related to promotion of terrorism:

London, UK: RiskIQ has announced year-over-year bookings growth of 80 percent, dominating the external threat management space and growing bookings and new customer acquisition for every product in its platform.

London, UK: 63% of British universities who responded to a Freedom of Information (FOI) request made by SentinelOne, admit to being the target of a ransomware attack. Over half, 56%, suffered a ransomware attack in the past year. One university admitted that it had suffered a total of 21 separate attacks throughout the year. The FOI requests, were carried out by SentinelOne, a next generation end point protection company, in July 2016 to establish if ransomware was a significant problem in academic institutions.

Clothing store chain Eddie Bauer said it has detected and removed malicious software from point-of-sale systems at all of its 350+ stores in North America, and that credit and debit cards used at those stores during the first six months of January may have been compromised in the breach.

London: Sopra Steria has recently signed a major IT managed services contract with Interserve PLC to deliver the national infrastructure for its Community Rehabilitation Companies (CRCs). Interserve leads a partnership called Purple Futures that provides probation services for medium and low risk offenders via five CRCs.

According to a recent report, banking customers are hesitant to use mobile features due to fraud and security concerns. The findings showed that of those not using mobile banking at all today (36 percent), more than half of them (74 percent) cited security as the major reason, which could slow the overall adoption of mobile banking services during a time where mobile device usage is exploding.