The integration of third-party components and software is an increasingly critical area of security risk that needs more attention from medical device manufacturers, says Anura Fernando, global head of medical device security at safety certification firm UL.
This report analyzes how sanctions levied against Russia and Belarus for the invasion of Ukraine are affecting security researchers in those countries who participate in bug bounty programs. It also examines lessons to be learned from data breaches and developments in passwordless authentication.
XDR: Because it's new to the market, it comes with a trail of hype. Stephen Davis of Rapid7 cuts through the buzz and discusses four tangible business benefits that are likely from XDR adoption - including high-fidelity detections and accelerated incident response.
Gary Hibberd, known as "The Professor of Communicating Cyber" at cybersecurity services provider Cyberfort Group, discusses the biggest changes made since 2013 to the ISO 27001 international standard for an information security management system, which helps organizations secure their data assets.
Healthcare entities and other organizations frequently skimp on application security, which is a critical area, and this often results in data breaches, security incidents and other mishaps, says former Blue Cross of Idaho CISO Sandy Dunn, who is now CIO and CISO of security firm BreachQuest.
The ISMG Security Report features an analysis of the U.S. government's request for billions of dollars in tech aid to curb the global impact of the Kremlin's campaign in Ukraine. It also examines Biden's cryptocurrency executive order and why breached organizations often don't share full details.
This ISMG Security Report analyzes why Russia has not yet launched full-scale cyberattacks in Ukraine and the West and what we might expect to come. It also describes how organizations can bolster cyber defenses in times of crisis and outlines mistakes organizations make following a cyber incident.
With security tools, it’s essential to provide full coverage and full security visibility for the environment. Avi Shua discusses Orca Security's solution to those challenges and how it identifies risk-sensitive data and speeds up the process.
Gaps in federal regulations concerning the security and privacy of health data falling outside HIPAA's umbrella are getting filled to some extent by various state laws. But that's creating additional challenges, says privacy attorney Kirk Nahra of the law firm WilmerHale.
The ISMG Security Report analyzes the latest updates on the Ukraine-Russia crisis and offers cyber resiliency tips for organizations. It also describes how the Conti ransomware group has hired TrickBot malware developers and revisits one of the largest ransomware attacks ever in the U.S.
The "weaponization of data" in cyberattacks - where cybercriminals not only deploy ransomware but threaten to release stolen data on the internet - has quickly become one of the biggest threats facing many healthcare sector entities, says Adam Meyers of CrowdStrike.
In 2019, 23 cities across Texas were struck by one of the largest ransomware attacks ever in the U.S. The attack, which involved the REvil ransomware, started with a compromised managed service provider. While the cities recovered quickly, the MSP sustained irreparable damage.
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report features an analysis of takedowns of multiple Russian-language cybercrime markets and communities by Russian authorities. It also describes the role of cryptocurrencies in the banking sector and how the identity market will evolve in 2022.
Regulators should require all medical device makers to include a baseline of certain cybersecurity protections in their products and to build in a feature that allows safe vulnerability scanning of their devices, says researcher Daniel Bardenstein, a strategist at CISA.
You can see it in the headlines: Apps are a prominent vector for adversaries to get entry into organizations and access to the digital crown jewels. Daniel Shugrue of Digital.ai tells why "shift left" means far more than just testing software for vulnerabilities.