Spain was one of the first countries known to have been affected by WannaCry ransomware. This was due to the transparency of Telefónica, the Spanish telecoms giant, which confirmed the ransomware attack. “The impact was tremendous, because this cyber attack was designed to spread across companies. The bigger [the company], the worse [the impact],” said Sergio de los Santos, who is Innovation and Labs Leader at ElevenPaths, Telefónica’s cybersecurity unit. Telefónica cyber attack: How the WannaCry ransomware attack affected businesses in Spain | In English | EL PAÍS
On other hand, Mexican companies are facing a new era in cyber security where increased connectivity, a constantly evolving threat landscape and insufficient preparedness mean one thing: It’s not a question of if, but when, a company will be attacked. Mexican companies are facing a new era in cyber security. Hackers tend to target smaller businesses because they usually don’t have sophisticated security systems. http://www.edgarvasquez.com/cyber-attacks-in-mexico/
We have created the Spanish version of our popular Anti-Ransomware video to spread awareness in Spanish speaking customers.