What are healthcare entities doing to better position themselves for battle in the evolving cyber threat landscape? CISOs discuss what they're doing with their SOC, SIEM, behavioral analytics, virtual desktops, endpoint protection, and more.
In this session, panelists will discuss:
The key vulnerabilities putting...
A new "playbook" co-developed by the Food and Drug Administration and Mitre Corp. aims to assist healthcare delivery organizations in responding to cybersecurity incidents involving medical devices. Julie Connolly, who helped develop the guide, explains how to use it.
Before marketing their medical devices, manufacturers should prepare a "cybersecurity bill of materials" that lists components that could be susceptible to vulnerabilities, according to a draft of updated FDA premarket guidance.
The Department of Health and Human Services has updated its HIPAA security risk assessment tool to better assist small and mid-sized healthcare entities and their vendors in performing a comprehensive risk analysis. But why is conducting a risk assessment so challenging for so many?
Federal regulators have smacked health insurer Anthem with a record $16 million HIPAA settlement in the wake of a cyberattack revealed in 2015, which impacted nearly 79 million individuals. What missteps does the settlement highlight?
How Susceptible are Users to Active Threats?
With phishing still the #1 entry point for cyber-attacks, your defenses need to focus on the most pressing threats: active phishing campaigns that are probing your healthcare organization.
This report breaks down the Top 10 threats, with metrics showing how well users...
The FDA has announced a "voluntary recall" by Medtronic of certain internet-connected programmers for implantable cardiac devices due to cybersecurity vulnerabilities. Some security experts are hopeful that this will serve as a wake-up call for more manufacturers to take action on addressing cybersecurity issues.
Hackers remotely accessing medical devices and systems - potentially disrupting care and putting patients at risk - is the No. 1 technology hazard facing healthcare entities in the year ahead, according to a new report from the ECRI Institute. Security experts size up the significance of this risk.
The Food and Drug Administration plans to launch a new digital health "center of excellence" that includes a cybersecurity unit. The new unit would not only deal with cyber issues pertaining to new health technologies, but also challenges facing older medical devices.
A case involving alleged insider theft of protected health information from a hospital in New York illustrates why healthcare organizations need to take extra precautions to prevent similar incidents. Security experts offer recommendations.
As healthcare records have steadily gone digital, the industry
has had to play catch-up with cybersecurity. But that is starting
to change as healthcare companies pay a steep toll in data
breaches: records replacement, remediation, downtime, bad
reputation, fines and even stock prices. The damage happens
It was a cunningly crafted phish...
Employees at a healthcare company were going about their day when they received an email from their CEO - and it wasn't a typical meeting invitation. The email asked them to read and agree to a company policy. Simple. Just click on a link, login with their credentials and go to...
Want to Avoid Attacks? Think Like a Marine
The Marines are tough and they're smart, too. That's why they anticipate risks to stay "left of bang" on the battlefield and reduce their losses. This eBook uses similar thinking to help strengthen your phishing defense and keep your company "left of breach."
The new Apple Watch 4, which includes a sensor that can conduct an electrocardiogram, spotlights the emergence of consumer apps that appear to cross over into the territory of medical devices, raising potential cybersecurity concerns.