The purchase of healthcare security startup Medigate means Claroty can address the IoT, OT, IoMT and connected device needs of hospitals from a single platform. Claroty says its single-platform approach facilitates everything from network mapping and segmentation to continuous threat detection.
A novel botnet dubbed "Zerobot" by Fortinet researchers is taking advantage of vulnerabilities in a slew of networking equipment and networked cameras with an emphasis on equipment manufactured in East Asia. The botnet exploits 21 separate vulnerabilities.
Black Hat Europe returns to London, offering deep dives into the latest cybersecurity research and trends, including how to build an open, transparent, but also secure internet; harvesting zero-day flaws before attackers; what we can learn from "metaparasitical" scammers who scam scammers; and more.
Thousands of Rackspace customers continue to face hosted Microsoft Exchange Server outages after the managed services giant took the offering offline after being affected by an unspecified security incident Thursday. Rackspace urges affected customers to at least temporarily move to Microsoft 365.
The shortage of cybersecurity professionals in the United States includes a scarcity of expertise in medical device security, says Bill Aerts, senior fellow and managing director of the University of Minnesota's recently launched Center for Medical Device Cybersecurity.
Microsoft says vulnerabilities in outdated web servers are likely responsible for a cyberattack last month against Indian energy giant Tata Power. Attackers targeted Boa servers, which were discontinued in 2005, to potentially compromise Tata and other critical infrastructure organizations around the world.
Broadcom's acquisition of VMware faces challenges from European regulatory authorities over potential competitive advantages. The $61 billion deal announced in May still needs clearance from the EU and also faces scrutiny by U.K. authorities before it can be finalized.
Federal officials released updated guidance for medical device cybersecurity incidents, including ransomware, as cyberattacks against the healthcare sector continue to surge. From mid-2020 through 2021, 82% of healthcare systems reported a cyber incident, 34% of which involved ransomware.
The United Kingdom's National Cyber Security Centre is scanning the British internet for vulnerabilities. "We're not trying to find vulnerabilities in the U.K. for some other, nefarious purpose," says the center, a part of signals intelligence agency Government Communications Headquarters.
Ordr has tapped Jim Hyman, a former COO and Zscaler's first non-engineering hire, to fill the CEO job. Hyman is tasked with deepening the connected device vendor's bond with security stalwarts like Cisco and CrowdStrike and moving beyond opportunistic partnerships in favor of a concerted strategy.
Federal regulators are urging healthcare sector entities to identify all instances of OpenSSL in their infrastructures and to test and deploy a patch issued to fix certain severe vulnerabilities in the software as soon as possible.
The OpenSSL Project downgraded the urgency of a patch issued Tuesday after determining that the vulnerability is unlikely to be exploited in common situations. "It appears to be there would be an almost zero quantity of servers at risk," said a Sophos cybersecurity executive.
Organizations expect the IT security landscape to be consistent - from builds and hardware to operating systems - but for product security, everything Honeywell makes is a snowflake with flexible, highly tailored design across many technologies, says Honeywell Product Security Chief James DeLuccia.
Forescout will get its fourth CEO since September 2020 as the IoT security firm lays off an unspecified numbers of employees. Wael Mohamed will exit day-to-day management after just 19 months in the top role in a tenure punctuated by the acquisitions of CyberMDX and Cysiv.
Artificial intelligence-driven technology purporting to recognize human emotional states "may not work yet, or indeed ever," said U.K. Deputy Information Commissioner Stephen Bonner. The office predicts greater commercial use of behavioral analysis in products over the next two to three years.