The small Ukrainian tax software company that is accused of being the patient zero of a damaging global cyberepidemic is under investigation and will face charges, officials suggested.
Two of the companies hardest hit by last week's cyberattack say they were edging closer to recovery as Ukraine continued to sort through the aftermath of the dramatic ransomware outbreak.
It's clear that the world needs better cyberdefenses, and fortunately those are starting to emerge, if slowly and in patchwork fashion. When they arrive, we may have artificial intelligence to thank.
Those responsible for the Petya cyberattack don't seem to be in it for money, some researchers say. The new malware might also have a different source than the original Petya ransomware from 2016.
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