5 Security Things to Know for the Week of May 22

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1)  The latest on WannaCry: It turns out that most infections were seen on Windows 7, not XP, machines. Meanwhile, the ransomware spread not through spam/phishing emails but via remote scans for vulnerable SMB ports.

2) The search remains on for who is behind the attack, as evidence linking the outbreak back to North Korea is disputed.

3) As security experts in health care gather to discuss the prevention of future attacks, the security researcher who helped stymie the initial wave of infections believes more damage is inevitable.

4) In non-WannaCry news, more than two dozen people across Europe were charged in connection with "black box" ATM attacks.

5) Working in IT? Then you've got yourself a job in cybersecurity.

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