President Biden's recent executive order for bolstering cybersecurity of the federal government contains provisions for enhancing supply chain security that are similar to proposals by the Food and Drug Administration to improve medical device security. But how are the FDA's healthcare-related provisions doing?
A federal court has approved a proposed settlement in a class action lawsuit filed in February against Nebraska Medicine in the wake of a 2020 malware attack and exfiltration of sensitive personal and health data for tens of thousands of individuals.
The Identity Theft Resource Center, a nationally recognized nonprofit organization established to support victims of identity crime, has published new research that shows nearly 30% of people who contact the ITRC are victims of more than one identity crime.
Australian spies should be allowed to take offensive action against some of the world's most prominent ransomware gangs, says Tim Watts, a member of Australia's Parliament who says the move, proposed under the Labor Party's push for a national ransomware strategy, would deter attackers.
If you're a Russian cybercrime gang feeling the heat after being sanctioned by the U.S. government, why not rebrand? So goes an apparent move by Evil Corp to disguise its WastedLocker ransomware as rival gang Babuk's PayloadBin, so any ransom payers won't think they're violating U.S. sanctions.
Managed service providers are hardly immune from digital transformation. But what does transformation mean through their lens? Adrien Gendre of Vade shares insight on the trends, as well as the business benefits of tool consolidation.
In its 19th enforcement action involving a HIPAA "patient right of access" dispute, the Department of Health and Human Services has smacked a small medical practice with a financial fine and a supervised corrective action plan.
Election security improvements, the push for all software to ship with a "bill of materials" and the results of a long-running investigation into a lucrative digital advertising scam are among the latest cybersecurity topics to be featured for analysis by a panel of Information Security Media Group editors.
The White House has written to business leaders, urging them to prioritize having robust ransomware defenses in place. The move comes as the Biden administration pursues multiple strategies to combat ransomware and digital extortion, including ordering a new task force to coordinate all federal investigations.
Scripps Health this week began notifying more than 147,000 individuals that their financial and health information was contained in documents stolen by attackers who deployed ransomware on the healthcare organization's network in May.
Internet of things security professionals are expressing concern over Amazon's new Sidewalk - a low-bandwidth network program that will allow some of the company's connected and IoT devices to share Wi-Fi access even outside an owner's home.
In a decision that will have major implications for the cybersecurity industry, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Thursday to limit the scope of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act. Security researchers and civil liberty groups argued that the 1986 law was too broadly written and outdated for today.
Today's adversaries are approaching identity differently, and so defenders need to step up their game, too. SecurID's Murtaza Hafizji opens up on the future of secure identity, including the roles for passwordless authentication and zero trust security.
Organizations are connecting to industrial control networks at an increasing pace. The need to connect to the IT environment, cloud applications and remote workers has created a definitive gap by eroding the demilitarized zone. Because of this, organizations must deploy new ways to secure operational technology...
20/20 Eye Care and Hearing Care Network, a vision and hearing benefits administrator, is notifying nearly 3.3 million individuals that their personal and health information contained in an Amazon Web Services cloud storage bucket was accessed or downloaded - and then deleted - by an "unknown" actor.