The Week in Review: Cybersecurity News

The Petya-attack aftermath, do-it-yourself cyber-crime kits, security's increasing impact on company value

Petya malware attack

All the important stories you may have missed, in one place:

Ad Agencies: Malware’s Perfect Target If advertising companies are so aggressive about winning lucrative business, why are they so passive about protecting it? [Read More]

The Rise of Crimeware Subscriptions The dark web is exploding with DIY cybercrime opportunities. [Read More]

Security Now Determines Company Value The Yahoo-Verizon deal hit a nerve in the M&A process, where a company’s cybersecurity posture has become a sensitive negotiation issue. [Read More]

All This Petya Ransomware May Be Cyberwar Spillover Russia vs. Ukraine goes global via Petya. [Read More]

Cybersecurity Can Be a Business Asset Start by aligning cybersecurity and corporate strategies. [Read More]

Researchers Say They’ve Created a Malware Vaccine It’s not a kill switch for Petya, but it can protect an individual computer. [Read More]

Anthem Settles Data-Breach Lawsuits for $115 Million The incident, from 2015, compromised the personal data of 79 million individuals. [Read More]