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Apple to Update Apple Watch With Glucose Monitoring, Smart Bands?

Apple to Update Apple Watch With Glucose Monitoring, Smart Bands?

Word of Apple's non-invasive glucose monitoring plans surfaced in April, and the company has apparently been working on its technology for the past five years. Anyone who needs glucose monitoring can buy the band as an accessory. It's uncomfortable, hard and painful, and there are not presently any widely available noninvasive methods that are accurate.



FedEx hit by 'WannaCry' ransomware

If you don't pay within three days, the amount increases to $600. In the U.S., President Donald Trump appointed his homeland security adviser, Thomas P. "Ransomware, like the name suggests, is when your files are held for ransom", said Peter Reiher, an adjunct professor at UCLA who specializes in computer science and cybersecurity.



WannaCry Ransomware Gets Upgraded and This Time There Is No Kill Switch

Companies are often slow to apply these fixes, called patches , because of worries that any software change could break some other program, possibly shutting down critical operations. "When any technique is shown to be effective, there are nearly always copycats, " said Steve Grobman, chief technology officer of McAfee, a security company in Santa Clara, California.



UK NHS Staff Failed to Prevent Cyberattack by Timely Security Patch Setup

The ransomware attack has affected more than 200,000 victims in 150 countries, said Rob Wainwright, head of law enforcement agency Europol. Auto manufacturer Renault said one of its plants, which employs 3,500 people in Douai, northern France, wasn't reopening Monday as technicians dealt with the cyberattack's aftermath.



Cyber attack cases could increase as people return to work

Microsoft said it had taken the "highly unusual step" of releasing a patch for computers running older operating systems including Windows XP, Windows 8 and Windows Server 2003. "More action is needed, and it's needed now", he said. AP however reported that Microsoft's top lawyer is laying some of the blame for the massive cyber attack at the feet of the U.S government.