British government in dark over who behind health service cyber attack

She said 97% of NHS trusts were "working as normal" and there was no evidence patient data was affected. Rudd said the government did not know if the attack was directed by a foreign government. British Home Secretary Amber Rudd said Saturday that 45 public health organizations were hit, but she stressed that no patient data had been stolen.

Ramaphosa says sorry for Marikana massacre

Ramaphosa says sorry for Marikana massacre

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa has opened up about the incident in Marikana where 34 mineworkers were killed, saying ANC stalwart Winnie Madikizela-Mandela has offered to take him there to address the matter. "Ramaphosa can't expect the people of this country to believe that his apology is honest with no hidden agendas", Bloem said. "I may well have used unfortunate language in the messages that I sent out and for which I have apologised and for which I do apologise".

At least 74 countries affected in 'biggest ever' cyber attack

Two security firms - Kaspersky Lab and Avast - said they had identified the malicious software behind the attack in over 70 countries, although both said the attack had hit Russian Federation the hardest. The most worrying development concerned problems with the hospital's referral system, Sean said. Shortly after that disclosure, Microsoft announced that it had already issued software "patches", or fixes, for those holes - but many users haven't yet installed the fixes or are using older ...

Strs Ohio Boosts Position in Regency Centers Corp (REG)

Therefore 44% are positive. Finally, Kemper Corp Master Retirement Trust boosted its stake in Regency Centers Corp by 13.8% in the third quarter. Robert W. These holdings make up 79.45% of the company's outstanding shares. Principal Finance Gp has invested 0.24% in Regency Centers Corp (NYSE:REG). Regency Centers Corp has a payout ratio of 58.6% meaning its dividend is sufficiently covered by earnings.

Paris climate deal stronger without USA, experts say

The United Nations Climate Change Conference kicked off Monday in the western German city of Bonn. Most of the world's largest emitters of greenhouse gases, including China, the United States, India and the European Union, have ratified the agreement, seen as a turning point for global climate policy.