While health data breaches stemming from the loss or theft of unencrypted devices have nosedived in recent years, a handful of recent incidents serve as a reminder that these devices still can pose risks to patient data.
The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is investigating the exposure of personal and mortgage-related records from First American Financial Corp., according to security blogger Brian Krebs. First American spent $1.7 million on the incident in its second quarter, but investigations and lawsuits are looming.
The global nature of business and the presence and impact of cyber adversaries make it an organizational imperative to consistently re-assess the effectiveness of our security practices. Adopting best practices have become essential to consistently managing enterprise risk. Zero Trust offers security practitioners a...
For results-oriented security leaders seeking to rationalize their security stack, deception solutions can solve more than just the internal threat detection problem. This session will cover case studies where deception is used to not only amplify internal threat detection, but also improve threat prevention and...
Deception technology has been on security leaders' radar some time, but now it is becoming accessible to smaller organizations. And in their most recent analyses, market analysts give deception technologies kudos for improved sophistication and maturity.
Deception focuses on deploying assets - such as lures, bogus...
Whether you're a large enterprise that has experienced a headline data breach or a midmarket organization that has just been paralyzed by ransomware, you share points in common. Which law enforcement agency do I call after the incident has been discovered? What do I do - and not do with the affected systems? What...
A little over a week after a breach at Capital One was revealed, more U.S. lawmakers are raising questions about what happened at the bank, including what role, if any, Amazon may have played in opening the door to the intrusion.
It's been more than two months since lab companies began revealing they had patient data exposed in a data breach at American Medical Collection Agency. But new victim organizations are continuing to emerge, bringing the total to about 18.
More lawsuits have been filed in the wake of the Capital One breach that exposed the data of more than 100 million individuals. GitHub is also a target of one of those lawsuits, which alleges the code-sharing site failed to promptly remove breached data.
Several large breaches involving hacking/IT incidents, including ransomware attacks, have been added in recent weeks to the federal tally of major health data breaches. Here's a rundown of the latest additions.
Capital One's enormous data breach is a subject of intense scrutiny as well as fear. A definitive post mortem is likely months away. But security professionals have ideas as to how the breach was achieved and the weaknesses that led to it.
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report analyzes the root causes of the Capital One data breach. Also featured: breach remediation advice and compliance with New York's new third-party risk management requirements.
A federal judge has granted preliminary approval for a $74 million settlement of a consolidated class action lawsuit against health insurer Premera Blue Cross stemming from a 2014 data breach that affected 11 million individuals. More money will go to security enhancements than to victim reimbursement.