Were you busy this week? Here’s a tech news recap of articles you may have missed for the week of 3/7/2016!
A type of malware that locks computer files and demands a fee for their release has successfully targeted Apple computers. A suspected Bush family hacker is being extradited to the US. Cisco announced its Cloud Native Platform is coming next month. The crowd at Levi Stadium for the Super Bowl set a single-day Wi-Fi record. Flash storage hype is becoming reality, cyber-crooks now prefer ransomware to botnets, and more top news from this week!
Tech News Recap
- Apple Macs hit by ransomware 'for first time'
- Suspected Bush family hacker Guccifer to be extradited to US
- Cloud Survival Guide: 3 Tips For CISOs
- Cloud computing powers Nissan Leaf will be key for autonomous driving
- Multi-factor authentication goes mainstream
- 20 Influential Chief Information Officers
- Australia's digital transformation head Paul Shelter marks a first year
- Sony Vows to Keep Corporate Data Safe for 100 Years
- Walmart's CTO Says It Wins Hiring Battles With Big Tech By Not Buying The Silicon Valley Hype
- Cisco containing clouds, enterprises
- Cyber-crooks now prefer ransomware to botnets. Yep, firms are paying up
- Levi's Stadium crowd sets single-day Wi-Fi record with 10.1 TB used at Super Bowl 50
- Flash storage: Has the hype become reality?
- Apple files parent for emergency detection system for Apple Watch
- Want Safer Passwords? Don't Change Them So Often
- 8 IT Projects To Prioritize When Budget's Tight
- Wi-Fi hotspot blocking persists despite FCC crackdown
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