Each day organizations face new threats that jeopardize their critical networks. Gaining visibility into the security risks your supply chain or third-party vendors pose to your organization is a growing priority among cybersecurity leaders. Next-generation cybersecurity practices will require organizations to align...
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A high-ranking U.S. government official has been convicted of stealing the personal information of thousands of federal workers as well as government software. Murali Y. Venkata, 56, was acting branch chief at the DHS's Information Technology Division in the Office of the Inspector General.
Investment platform Cash App, a subsidiary of U.S.-based payments company Block, says it has been breached. The incident happened last year when a former employee downloaded reports containing Cash App U.S. customer information, including full names, brokerage account numbers and portfolio values.
Access Health, Connecticut's health insurance exchange under the Affordable Care Act, experienced dozens of mostly small data breaches over about a 3 1/2-year period, and the vast majority involved one contractor, says an auditor report that recommends the exchange make improvements to data security.
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report reviews the latest cyber resilience "call to action" from the White House and also explores authentication provider Okta's failure to inform hundreds of customers in a timely manner that their data could have been stolen by the Lapsus$ group.
Organizations must use every available resource to protect against the latest cyberattacks, the persistent nature of advanced threats, as well as the ease with which malware can cripple an entire network.
One of the most important — and often overlooked — resources that organizations can tap into to solve these...
The pandemic has raised the ante significantly for the attack surface and the level of insider threats facing healthcare sector entities, according to Dave Bailey, vice president of security services, and attorney Andrew Mahler, vice president of privacy and compliance, of consultancy CynergisTek.
Insider risk and data loss prevention (DLP) are a top concern for organisations today. And it makes sense, with a distributed workforce and increasing reliance on technology, legacy, on-prem DLP technology hasn’t lived up to its promises.
That’s because data loss begins with people, whether careless, compromised...
Hacking incidents still dominate the major health data breaches being reported to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services in the first months of 2022 by far, with only one other type of breach appearing on the federal tally so far this year. Are organizations missing other breaches?
Employees with too much access can pose an insider threat. When employees have access to more than they need to do their job, there are more opportunities for mistakes, whether accidental or not. Lack of accountability means you
don’t know who did what, when. If too many people have the same level of access and...
A consolidated legal case that includes allegations of embezzlement, trade secret theft and intimidation offers an inside look at a complicated and messy alleged insider breach reported last year by a Texas-based accountable care organization.
Things are not always what they seem, says incident response expert Joseph Carson, pointing to a case involving ransomware that infected a company in Ukraine, but for which there was no external attack path. Ultimately, his investigation found that ransomware had been used to hide internal fraud.