For years, security leaders focused primarily on malicious insiders - those who intend to do harm to an organization. But CISOs are increasingly concerned about the accidental insider. And Anne-Marie Scollay of Axiom Law has a program targeting this growing threat.
In today's digital environment, protecting sensitive information and sales transaction data is of critical importance. Tim Horton of First Data explains the concept of "devaluing" data so it's worthless in the event of a breach.
Really good third-party cybersecurity risk management is essential to enterprise success. Done well it enables an organization to realize at the speed of business the benefits of outsourced systems and services. Done poorly it results in the business missing out on strategically important opportunities or, even worse,...
The traditional IAM strategy has been to tie individual users with a unique device. But that doesn't work in healthcare settings, where doctors and nurses often share multiple devices. Jigar Kadakia of Partners HealthCare talks about how he approaches this critical challenge.
Encouraged by the moves of medical device manufacturers, Jennings Aske, CISO of NY Presbyterian Hospital, says the "state of the union" of medical device security has improved dramatically. But what more is needed to mitigate risks?
Healthcare information is a prime target for malicious attackers because it has a high value on the black market, says Amanda Rogerson of Duo Security, who calls for adoption of a "zero trust" model to boost security.
New York's Interfaith Medical Center is one of the first hospitals to fully implement a zero trust network security strategy. Chris Frenz, the hospital's CISO, explains why he adopted that approach and offers lessons learned from the transition.
The U.S. Cyber Command has issued a warning that attackers are attempting to exploit an older vulnerability in Microsoft Outlook to plant remote access Trojans or other types of malware within government networks. Some researchers say the exploits could be tied to an Iranian-backed threat group.
Reducing risk is a tall order, but IBM's Christopher Bontempo says healthcare security leaders can get immediate and measurable results by concentrating on two aspects: data security and incident response.
In many ways compliance creates bureaucracy, but it doesn't need to be difficult. It is possible to maintain continual GDPR compliance without many of the headaches if done in the right ways.
Ongoing GDPR compliance oversight requires the ability to solidify and secure the processes associated with people changing...
CISOs should be picking their tech and managing risks. Keeping alert management and tinkering with products off their desk benefits your entire organization.
But, can they be positioned to do so when the black box consumes their MSSPs?
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With half of 2019 in the rear-view mirror, what are the emerging healthcare data breach trends so far this year? Hacker/IT incidents continue to be the dominant cause of breaches, while another formerly common cause - lost or stolen devices - has become relatively rare, according to the federal tally.