From the invasion of Ukraine to the conviction of a former Uber CISO to the Musk takeover of Twitter, it's been a watershed year for cybersecurity concerns. Veteran CISO David Pollino reflects on 2022 and looks ahead to the challenges - and opportunities - that await in 2023.
Thousands of Rackspace customers continue to face hosted Microsoft Exchange Server outages after managed services giant took the offering offline after being affected by an unspecified security incident Thursday. Rackspace is urging affected customers to at least temporarily move to Microsoft 365.
With the surge in ransomware and other major hacking incidents affecting third-party suppliers, it is more critical than ever for healthcare sector entities to diligently scrutinize threats and risks involving their vendors, says Denise Anderson, president and CEO of the Health-ISAC.
The U.S. federal government says the Cuba ransomware gang actively targets critical infrastructure and that its criminal efforts have netted it $60 million so far. The group has recently modified its techniques, says an alert from the FBI and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency.
Web3 companies are under attack by cybercriminals all year. After a compromise occurs, how should organizations respond? In Part 2 of this interview, Martin Derka of Web3 security firm Quantstamp discusses short-term and long-term mitigation steps and how to defend against cryptocurrency theft.
Based on known ransomware attacks against the healthcare sector, here's good news: The volume of attacks seems to have declined, says Allan Liska, a principal intelligence analyst at Recorded Future. Unfortunately, most such attacks not only trigger downtime but include the theft of patient data.
The Russia-based ransomware gang behind the hack of Australia's largest private health insurer says it posted a full set of stolen data. The Australian Information Commissioner said it will probe the insurer's personal information handling practices.
Ransomware-wielding attackers have myriad tactics for extorting victims, including demanding a stand-alone ransom for a promise to delete stolen data. But Coveware's Bill Siegel urges victims to never pay for such promises, in part because they rarely - if ever - get honored.
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report discusses why too few organizations admit to being victims of ransomware attacks, how delayed enterprise subscription start dates forced CrowdStrike to cut sales forecasts, and leveraging threat intelligence to protect critical infrastructure.
Threat actors are targeting Web3 and making off with billions in stolen cryptocurrency. How do they find vulnerabilities and plan and execute attacks? How can you defend against such attacks? Martin Derka of Web3 security firm Quantstamp shares insights by walking a mile in a hacker’s shoes.
As three Brooklyn safety net hospitals grapple with the aftershocks of a Nov. 19 cyber incident, sources say other area hospitals are complaining about a lack of transparency. One Brooklyn Health System has been tight-lipped about the cause of the outage, which is suspected to involve ransomware.
A British judge ordered cryptocurrency trading platforms to divulge the identities of account holders accused of holding funds stolen from an English digital assets exchange. A change in civil procedure makes it easier for English judges to subpoena foreign entities in cases of financial fraud.
India's flagship combined public medical university and hospital continues to grapple with the fallout of a cyber incident it underwent last Wednesday. Patient care services remain affected as of Tuesday as physicians and staff use manual processes in place of disabled electronic systems.
Is the ransomware problem getting better or worse? Unfortunately, gauging attack trends continues to be complicated by the fact that many incidents never come to light publicly and many victims are hesitant to say "ransomware" when describing what hit them, says Comparitech's Rebecca Moody.
Facebook will pay a 265 million euro fine to the Irish data protection authority to resolve a 2021 incident when the scraped data of 533 million users appeared online. The data contained names, phone numbers and birthdates. Facebook says it takes active measures against data scraping.