IT Pro News in Review: CD Projekt hacked, cyber-chemical attacks and WFH differences

Catch up on this week's top news stories in our new video series

Welcome to IT Pro’s weekly News in Review, a new way for you to discover some of our award-winning content in just one minute, for the week of 8 February.

This week’s top news stories: 

  • Games studio CD Projekt has been hit by double-extortion ransomware, but is refusing to pay up
  • Hackers tried to poison the water supply for the town of Oldsmar, Florida
  • Salesforce has declared the 9-5 working day dead, saying hybrid working could lead to “increased innovation and better outcomes” – just one day after Google said the exact opposite.

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