In this episode of "Cybersecurity Unplugged," Prachee Kale - a pioneer of CyberEd.io's Think.Design.Cyber. - discusses the need for systems and design thinking in cybersecurity marketing, how to tell your marketing story, and how systems and design thinking can lead to creative solutions.
The Food and Drug Administration's decision to incorporate "quality systems regulations" into its new draft guidance for premarket medical device cybersecurity is an important development in the scope of the agency's expectations for manufacturers, says Dr. Suzanne Schwartz of the FDA.
In this episode of "Cybersecurity Unplugged," Roger Sels, vice president, solution, EMEA at BlackBerry, discusses the global threat landscape one year after SolarWinds, including cyberthreats from Russia and China; the cyber impact of the Russia-Ukraine war; and the cyber call to action.
Recent security incidents involving third-party software, including Okta and Log4j, underscore the importance of healthcare entities taking steps to enhance their vendor risk management programs, says Chris Frenz, assistant vice president of IT security at Mount Sinai South Nassau.
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report analyzes how the U.S. government is offering a reward of up to $5 million for information to help it disrupt the illicit flow of funds to North Korea. The report also examines approaches to enhance banks' cyber defenses and U.S. regulatory trends.
Lynn Peachey, the director of business development at Arete Incident Response, says that insurance companies have made "a pretty quick turnaround in terms of trying to respond to the ransomware epidemic." She discusses the changes they are making, which include leveraging data quantification.
New guidance provides healthcare entities and medical device makers a jump-start for negotiating critical cybersecurity issues pertaining to procurement contracts, says Jim Jacobson of device manufacturer Siemens Healthineers, co-chair of an industry group that developed the contract template.
New legislation mandating cyber incident reporting for critical infrastructure providers within 72 hours, and the reporting of ransom payments within 24 hours, is "groundbreaking," says former National Security Agency deputy commander Tim Kosiba, CEO of security firm bracket f.
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report analyzes the latest cyberthreats to the energy sector as Russia's invasion of Ukraine continues. It also examines best practices for Customer Identity and Access Management and how healthcare institutions can sharpen their defense strategies.
This edition discusses the latest episode of "The Ransomware Files," which covers the REvil ransomware gang's 2021 attack on Kaseya. It also examines how healthcare entities can prepare for potential spillover attacks from the hybrid Russia-Ukraine war and highlights from ISMG's Chicago Summit.
The REvil ransomware gang's attack against the U.S. software company Kaseya in July 2021 is one of the largest and most intriguing ransomware attacks of all time. Here's the inside story of how the attack went down and how organizations recovered.
Tools and methodologies that have been helpful for global public health research might also provide better understanding of the root causes of cybercrime and the motivation of cybercriminals, especially as such crime has surged during the COVID-19 pandemic, says Stanley Mierzwa of Kean University.
This edition analyzes how hackers exploited a misconfigured VPN device, gained access to Viasat's satellite network and caused a massive outage in Europe as Russia's invasion of Ukraine began. It also examines the invasion's impact on financial services and how to modernize security operations.
The Health Information Sharing and Analysis Center is closely assessing the Russia-Ukraine war to assist its members, as well as other healthcare sector entities, to prepare for the potential known and yet-unknown cybersecurity threats that could affect them, says H-ISAC President Denise Anderson.
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report reviews the latest cyber resilience "call to action" from the White House and also explores authentication provider Okta's failure to inform hundreds of customers in a timely manner that their data could have been stolen by the Lapsus$ group.