Dr. Reddy's Laboratories, a multinational pharmaceutical company based in India that's testing a COVID-19 vaccine, says it isolated its data center services Thursday following what it calls a "detected cyberattack."
After a surge in the use of remote access and telehealth technologies during the pandemic, widespread use of this approach to care is expected to continue, raising concerns about security and privacy. Mark Baik of Palo Alto Networks and Thomas Duffey of Accenture preview new research findings on the subject.
COVID-19 has altered the state of modern healthcare delivery, resulting in an unprecedented paradigm shift. Current circumstances have been catalytic in extending remote access for care providers and essential to deliver virtual healthcare for distant patients. It is now a given that this "new normal" will persist...
The distributed workforce, combined with the need to modernize and improve operational efficiency, has reframed digital transformation priorities and introduced new areas of risk to today's enterprise. In light of ongoing macroeconomic demands, the CISO is facing increasing pressure to deliver value.
Books retailer Barnes & Noble is investigating a security incident involving unauthorized access to its corporate systems, including those storing customers' information. To begin its mitigation efforts, the company shut down its systems, which meant its Nook e-book platform was offline.
A newly identified financially motivated threat group, dubbed "FIN11," is deploying Clop ransomware and exfiltrating data from its targets for extortion efforts, according to researchers at FireEye Mandiant.
Many healthcare organizations have under-resourced security teams, putting them at higher risk for cyber incidents during the COVID-19 pandemic that could result in patient harm, warns cybersecurity expert Joshua Corman.
In January 2020, an independent research firm, commissioned by Veeam, completed a survey of 1,550 enterprises across 18 countries on what their data protection challenges and goals were. That research included 217 financial services organisations.
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Organizations around the world must build stronger cyber resilience programs to help ensure they can bounce back from cyberattacks, says Craig Rice, group director of cyber resilience at Aviva, a British multinational insurance firm, who describes how regulatory requirements will evolve.
Among the most malicious and potentially dangerous cyber incidents affecting the healthcare, energy and other sectors are evolving "distruptionware" attacks - including ransomware - that aim to shut down businesses, says retired FBI agent Jason G. Weiss.