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WannaCry attack is good business for cyber security firms

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Cyber security stocks surged in early London trading Monday as investors bet that the digital security industry would have the last laugh in the wake of Friday's ransomware attacks. Sophos Group saw its stock rise by more than 7.4% to a new all time high of 367.9 pence each by 13:00 BST, bringing the...

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