Bobby Ford, CISO of Unilever, a multinational consumer goods firm, says the shift to a work-from-home environment requires an intensified focus on email security as well as identity and access management.
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report sizes up progress made so far on identity management and the work yet to be done. Also featured: how security concerns are holding back IoT projects and the privacy issues raised by recording videoconferences.
How have the cybersecurity challenges facing healthcare organizations changed during the COVID-19 pandemic? And how are organizations responding? Information Security Media Group's Healthcare Cybersecurity Virtual Summit, to be held on June 9 and replayed June 10 and 11, will provide insights.
A radiology technician allegedly inappropriately accessed thousands of patient records for more than eight years, according to a newly filed breach report from Kaiser Permanente Health Plan of the Mid-Atlantic States. The incident is yet another example of the challenges of dealing with insider threats.
Ever-evolving factors across the healthcare industry make it constantly vulnerable to new risks. The increasing need to meet consumer demands for convenience, coupled with the use of connected medical devices, means that a lack of action can impact patient outcomes.
The stakes have never been higher.
Johns Hopkins Medical Institution recently turned to Gigamon to curb some of the chaos created by IT monitoring and troubleshooting inefficiencies.
Check out the case study to see how the medical organization addressed network downtime and security vulnerabilities, which can spell big trouble for your bottom line.
Healthcare is ground zero for cyberattacks. Hospitals are a hotbed of high-value personal information and data that's easily breached due to frequent reliance on outdated operating systems and poorly trained staff.
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Worries over ransomware and malware are slowing down enterprise IoT deployments, which is a reflection of the reputational and customer relationship risks at stake, according to a new survey. Here's what enterprises need to keep in mind when selecting security technology for IoT.
Not all data breaches are what they might seem, and not all leakers are who they might claim to be. Take the doxing of the Minneapolis Police Department, supposedly by Anonymous hacktivists: The leaked employee information was almost certainly culled from old breaches. So who did it, and why?
Organizations have undergone rapid network transformation in the last two months, and though the change has now stabilized into a new normal, new security concerns that affect an organization's overall risk often have not been addressed. Now that the dust has settled, many leaders are examining the transformation and...
U.S. federal agencies reported 8% fewer cybersecurity incidents in 2019 compared to the previous year, according to the White House's Office of Management and Budget. But 71 audits of agencies' "high-value assets" showed many remain susceptible to attacks because of a lack of security measures.
A lawsuit seeking class action status has been filed against Atlanta-based Aveanna Healthcare in the wake of a 2019 data breach at the pediatric home healthcare provider that affected more than 166,000 individuals.
Jeremy Grant has spent more than two decades championing the cause of secure digital identities. But as the COVID-19 pandemic has created a remote workforce of unprecedented scale seemingly overnight, are current approaches to securing the identity management and attestation practice up to the challenge?
Even after being notified that their personal data has been compromised in a breach, only about a third of users change their passwords - and most are not strong or unique, according to a study by researchers at Carnegie Mellon University, who call for changes in breach notification procedures.