WannaCry ransomware hit fewer than 10 US victims, DHS says

While security experts were expecting a second wave of attacks this week, the outbreak has begun to slow. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security received notification from fewer than 10 U.S. victims of the WannaCry ransomware campaign that crippled the U.K. National Health Service over the weekend, according to Reuters. No federal government agencies were affected during the attack, a DHS official told Reuters. Globally, the WannaCry campaign hit 300,000 victims from more than 150 countries, which disrupted services at...