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Ralph Lauren names Procter & Gamble executive as CEO

Ralph Lauren names Procter & Gamble executive as CEO

In February 2, Ralph Lauren announced that its president and chief executive officer Stefan Larsson will leave the company on May 1, after deciding to part ways following disagreements over its turnaround strategy. The moves follow a steep decline in profits and market value amid struggles with an inefficient cost structure, a lack of agility and increased competition from fast fashion and e-commerce.



Worldwide cyber-attack "Wannacry"

Microsoft, for instance, ended support and the issuance of security patches for their operating system (OS) Windows XP in 2014. "I believe that this was spread for the goal of causing as much damage as possible", said Matthew Hickey, co-founder of British cyberconsulting firm Hacker House.



China criticises US actions for hindering global effort to fight cyber crime

The security firm Kaspersky Lab, based in Russian Federation, noted that Microsoft had repaired the software problem that allows backdoor entry into its operating systems weeks before hackers published the exploit linked to the NSA, but also said: "Unfortunately it appears that many users have not yet installed the patch".



Israel's Defense Minister: Israeli And American Intel Cooperation Remains Unchanged

If - this was described as an ask, not a command. Israel also conducted several airstrikes in Syria to prevent the transfer of advanced weapons to Hezbollah. It is clear former FBI Director Comey should testify before Congress". HORSLEY: Now, again, this testimony from McCabe that the White House is pointing to is really just referring to what's happened in the last week, not to a meeting that reportedly took place back in February.


Microsoft slams governments for

Microsoft slams governments for "stockpiling" software vulnerabilities

The program - which is called WannaCry - has caused chaos for many organisations. Software vendors have always been able to escape claims by pointing to contracts with customers that absolve them for any defects. "Ransomware is just a large puzzle", said Fabian Woser, chief technology officer for Emsisoft, an anti-malware vendor. Lastly, when affected already, users must not wait and see.