Bug in the system: When coronavirus attacked the cyber world

A crisis of global significance

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Cyber criminals have used false coronavirus emails to hack into victims' computers
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Cyber criminals have used false coronavirus emails to hack into victims' computers

The rapid spread of the coronavirus in Milan forced the Borsa Italiana to cancel our launch event in Italy this week. While disappointing for us, we knew this was for the best.

But as the world has now absorbed, Covid-19 is no ordinary virus. And the Italian situation is certainly no ordinary situation. So much so, in fact, that yesterday Italian officials cut short the Venice...

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