Cyber fusion center platforms (CFC) were initially designed to address these
challenges but haven’t always delivered on their promise. The reason is that most
platforms provide just one or two of the three core SOAR capabilities (security
orchestration, automation, and response) and not well enough to...
Cyberattacks on the EU's healthcare sector grew by nearly 50% in 2020, over 2019, and continue to pose serious threats to patient safety as well as to the entire health supply chain, says a new report calling for the development of more healthcare-specific incident response teams among EU members.
Ari Redbord of TRM Labs, who has had an extensive career in law enforcement, points out that 2020 was a pivotal year for putting cybersecurity on the agenda throughout the government. He discusses securing cryptocurrecy, the blockchain and other elements of the "digital battlefield."
The U.S. and Israel will expand their diplomatic relationship around cybersecurity, announcing a bilateral task force this week that will support cybersecurity and fintech innovation. The news follows recent action by the U.S. Department of Commerce to blacklist Israeli spyware firm NSO Group.
The FBI says it has fixed a software misconfiguration that was abused to send fake emails falsely warning of a cyberattack. As many as 100,000 hoax emails were sent in two waves early Saturday morning, originating from a legitimate FBI domain.
In an effort to streamline the adoption of zero trust cybersecurity architectures, the U.S. Department of Defense in December will launch an office dedicated to zero trust. This announcement comes as federal agencies move to modernize following the SolarWinds cyberespionage campaign.
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report features an analysis of the progress made by law enforcement agencies in the effort to crack down on ransomware. Also featured: Evil Corp banking malware still active; XDR market trends.
The U.S. has joined an 80-nation agreement that sets collective goals for cyberspace, with a particular focus on internet integrity, electoral security, intellectual property theft, use of malign hacking tools and more. Vice President Kamala Harris confirmed U.S. entry into the multistate pact.
Zero Trust: Is it the operational model that's going to propel us into a more secure future? Or just another marketing message to be tossed onto the pile of past campaigns? In this latest Cybersecurity Leadership panel, the top minds in the sector weigh in on the present and future of Zero Trust.
A criminal hack attack has disrupted healthcare in Canada's easternmost province and resulted in the theft of patient information and personal details for healthcare employees. The province of Newfoundland and Labrador disclosed the apparent ransomware attack on Oct. 30, and has yet to restore all systems.
There’s no question 2020 and 2021 have brought unanticipated changes and challenges for Financial Services and beyond. The notable surge in consumers’ use of websites and mobile apps for their banking transactions and service interactions exposed critical gaps in digital identity and authentication methods. These...
As the universe of sophisticated cyber threats, such as ransomware, continues to grow in volume and effectiveness, organisations in every industry are moving from a threat prevention strategy to a cyber resilience model for holistic cyber security.
Organisations acknowledge that while blocking threats is still a...
The calculus facing cybercrime practitioners is simple: Can they stay out of jail long enough to enjoy their ill-gotten gains? A push by the U.S. government and allies aims to blunt the ongoing ransomware scourge. But will practitioners quit the cybercrime life?
Congress has passed the $1.2 trillion physical infrastructure bill, which will inject $1.9 billion in new cybersecurity funding for the federal government. The bill, long held up in Congress, passed the House on Friday and moves to the desk of President Joe Biden, who plans to sign the measure into law.
Weeks after Israeli officials warned of a wave of attempted cyberattacks on the nation's healthcare sector, Black Shadow hacker group, which allegedly is linked to Iran, has reportedly leaked health data of nearly 300,000 patients of an Israeli network of medical centers.