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13:22

Local

Telefónica to invest millions in fiber optic and 4G in Malaga area

NURIA TRIGUERO

Spanish telecom giant Telefónica has said that it plans to invest 125 million euros in the Costa del Sol and Malaga province over the next three to four years. The investment was announced by the company's president in Spain, Luis Miguel Gilpérez, ... at a high-level international conference in Malaga this week. The 4K-HDR summit brought together global experts on next-generation ultra-high-definition technology for communication devices. The Telefónica investment locally is part of a programme ... investment in 4G phone services. According to Telefónica, Malaga province is already ahead of the rest of Spain in the roll out of fibre optic. At the end of this year it is expected to have reached 65 per cent of local homes, compared to 60 per cent in all

13:04

National

Spain counts the cost of last week’s cyber attacks on ‘key strategic’ organisations

SUR MALAGA

Last week’s global cyber attack saw the WannaCrypt ransomware virus make its way into several strategically important companies in Spain, including main telecommunications provider, Telefónica. The Spanish government acknowledged that the damage ... have an easy way to deactivate it and this is the strain that was believed to have infected computers at Telefónica’s large head office complex in Madrid. The government announced on Tuesday that it had no official statistics to indicate the scale ... of the attack with stronger strains like type B, and neither did it have the solution to retrieve all the locked data belonging to businesses across the country. Telefónica’s head of security, Chema Alonso, said that “all was under control” and the

19:26

Local

Key forum in Malaga aims to strengthen ties between Spain and Japan

SUR

...tensions between protectionism and free trade with companies like Fujitsu, Hitachi, Telefónica and Ficosa taking part. The forum is celebrated annually, alternating between Japan and Spain. Each year a different city is chosen so that attendees can get to

16:57

Local

Spain's operators are ready for the end of roaming charges

J. A. BRAVO MADRID

Spanish telecommunications companies, Vodafone, Orange and Telefónica, are prepared for the disappearance of roaming charges on 15 June. The new regulations introduced by the European Commission mean that mobile users in all EU member states will ... include other countries in the new change. Vodafone has already offered the same benefit to customers travelling to the US, Turkey, Switzerland, Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein and Albania. Telefónica has also offered to extend the measure to Norway,

12:43

National

Spanish companies hit by Friday's cyber-attack left in limbo

sur

Last Friday's cyber-attack saw the WannaCrypt ransomware, a type of malicious software targeting Microsoft Windows computers, filter into several private and strategic sector companies in Spain, such as the telecommunications provider Telefónica ... However, there is no such solution for the 'B' variant, given that it does not contain a 'kill switch', which specialists at Telefónica, the Spanish telecommunications giant that suffered serious damage from the virus, discovered on Monday. A third variant

20:37

National

Spanish Royal visit to UK seeks to show the way after Brexit

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...include Aena, Santander, FCC, Iberdrola, Banc Sabadell, Inditex and Telefónica who operate in Britain on a large scale. Later King Felipe went on to meet British Prime Minister, Theresa May at Downing Street. In a statement, May said on Thursday that the

15:41

Opinion

THE VICIOUS CIRCLE OF BREXIT

Mark Nayler

...operations, such as Santander, Telefónica and Iberdrola. It also warns that the lives of Spanish footballers playing in the UK might be made difficult by Brexit. That makes you suspect, if you didn't already, that the report's creators threw in any possible