Victims in the WannaCry attack were told to hand over up to $600 to regain access to computer files.
More than 200,000 victims worldwide have been hit in the unprecedented cyber-attack.
Michael Neary warned that retail managers aren’t equipped to deal with court cases against thieves.
The trend is putting the state on a collision course with the EU over renewable-energy targets.
The airline operates flights on behalf of Aer Lingus Regional.
Helixworks, backed by one of Ireland’s top investors, is unveiling a machine to convert files into genetic code.
The Zero Day Conference is coming to Dublin next month.
Orreco has raised $2 million from True Ventures to open an LA office.
Austrian privacy activist Max Schrems says Ireland should stop Facebook’s data transfers to the US.
Chat bots, machine learning and more trends that will shake up customer service in 2017.
The company will contact 130,000 customers after at least 2,000 modems were compromised.
But the local head of Interxion says the country should try to attract more investment in the technology.
An appeal against the €850 million project’s approval has gone to the High Court.
Barricade’s David Coallier says he’s looking forward to going back to his roots after his company was acquired.
The tech giant has found itself bogged down in the planning process.
David Coallier’s Barricade is being snapped up by UK firm Sophos.
A recent EU court case looked at whether companies could be held liable for clients’ copyright breaches.
Expert Paul Dwyer says some firms are letting inexperienced staff handle their security.
The Cubic Telecom employee said the data was stored on a company laptop.
The tech giant has been fighting with the American government over access to overseas data.