While major hacking incidents regularly grab headlines, insider threats - including malicious individuals, careless workers and third-party contractors - continue to pose significant and sometimes underestimated risk to healthcare sector entities, federal authorities warn.
As human beings, one of our fundamental identifiers is our voice, which can allow us to quickly and privately connect to, enter, and unlock our technology-filled world. In today’s context, allowing people to unlock those worlds safely and privately is a challenge.
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Australian software firm Atlassian has issued fixes for a critically rated vulnerability in its Jira software that could allow an unauthenticated attacker to remotely bypass authentication protections in place. Both Jira and Jira Service Management are vulnerable to this bug.
Has your organization been bitten by BlackCat ransomware, aka Alphv? If so, the FBI wants to hear details about how attackers broke in, cryptocurrency wallet addresses used to receive ransoms and other information that could help law enforcement authorities better track and block future attacks.
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.
The Food and Drug Administration's decision to incorporate "quality systems regulations" into its new draft guidance for premarket medical device cybersecurity is an important development in the scope of the agency's expectations for manufacturers, says Dr.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.
The 2021 Dragos ICS/OT Cybersecurity Year in Review report says the number of industrial organizations with external connections to their industrial control systems has doubled, yet 86% of organizations report limited to no visibility of ICS environments. Tom Winston outlines the top challenges.
Four editors at ISMG discuss the percentage of banks hit by ransomware - and paying the ransom, the HHS warning to healthcare entities as they continue to be targeted by the Hive ransomware group and reports that the U.K. government has been infected with NSO Group spyware.
Despite the recent leak of internal communications and code from the Conti ransomware group, the criminal enterprise appears to have continued operations without breaking stride, in part thanks to constant innovation, security researchers report.
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.
Marco Túlio Moraes of OITI, who is a CyberEdBoard executive member, confronts the metaphor of the cyberthreat as a bear in the forest and discusses how an organization must actively assess its environment, understand what its main risks are, and define a strategy to deal with them.
To answer questions about the state of their cybersecurity posture, CISOs need to have a rigorous process to measure and analyze cyber risk. Furthermore, understanding and quantifying risk levels is key to developing a bulletproof cybersecurity strategy.
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As a security leader, you know that the way to align your vulnerability management program to support the business is to mitigate the vulnerabilities that have the biggest business impact. But that’s easier said than done. How do you discover and rate each vulnerability? How do you remediate them without disrupting...
AWS has fixed "severe security issues" in hot patches it released last December to address the Log4Shell vulnerability in Java applications and containers. Palo Alto Networks' Unit 42 researchers said containers in server or cluster environments can exploit the patch to take over its underlying host.