Understanding the challenges that increase cyber risks faced by the financial industry is crucial to be resilient against cyber threats.
In this blog you will learn how the below challenges can be addressed in a holistic approach:
Continuous Digital Transformation and Innovation
Complicated Legislations and...
The European Parliament has granted Europol permission to receive and process datasets from private parties and pursue research projects for better handling of security-related cases. Use of these powers will be overseen by the European Data Protection Supervisor and the Fundamental Rights Officer.
Connecticut has just become the fifth U.S. state to get a comprehensive data privacy and online monitoring law, as Senate Bill No. 6 passed into law on Wednesday. The law will go into effect on July 1, 2023, which means that organizations in the state have just 14 months to prepare for compliance.
John Riggi, national adviser for cybersecurity at the American Hospital Association, and Carolyn Crandall, chief security advocate at Attivo Networks, explain why threats involving the Russia-Ukraine war are exacerbating cybersecurity pressures on healthcare sector entities in the U.S. and globally.
Smartphones used by Spain's prime minister and defense minister were infected with Pegasus spyware built by Israel's NSO Group, government officials allege. The discovery follows human rights researchers finding Pegasus infections targeting Catalonians, likely traceable to the Spanish government.
New cyber incident reporting rules are set to come into effect in the U.S. on May 1. Banks in the country will be required to notify regulators within 36 hours after an organization suffers a qualifying "computer-security incident." What does this mean for banks, and what are the likely challenges?
Recent incidents affecting the sensitive information of tens of thousands of individuals underscore the ongoing threats and risks facing organizations that handle health and other delicate personal information, including a community health center and a social services agency.
The American Dental Association allegedly was hit with an attack by new ransomware group "Black Basta." ADA is the latest medical professional organization to have a cyber incident disrupt services and potentially affect members' information. Tenet Health also experienced a cyberattack last week.
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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The U.S. telecom carrier T-Mobile has confirmed that the Lapsus$ ransomware group has breached its internal network by compromising employee accounts. The company says hackers did not steal any sensitive customer or government information during the incident.
No question, the COVID-19 pandemic has been devastating for healthcare professionals. But it also has brought new opportunities for IT and security leaders to exercise unprecedented influence on healthcare enablement. Anahi Santiago, CISO of ChristianaCare, discusses this enormous responsibility.
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report analyzes how the U.S. government is offering a reward of up to $5 million for information to help it disrupt the illicit flow of funds to North Korea. The report also examines approaches to enhance banks' cyber defenses and U.S. regulatory trends.
More than 670,000 individuals have been affected by two 2021 hacking incidents that were only recently reported to federal regulators. The breaches involve healthcare software and billing services firm Adaptive Health Integrations and urgent care provider Urgent Team Holdings.
During its January cyberattack, Lapsus$ accessed tenants and viewed applications such as Slack and Jira for only two Okta customers. The threat actor actively controlled a single workstation used by a Sitel support engineer for 25 consecutive minutes on Jan. 21, according to a forensic report.
The British government has been alerted multiple times in recent years that officials' smartphones appeared to have been infected with spyware built by Israel's NSO Group, as part of nation-state espionage campaigns targeting Britain, human rights watchdog Citizen Lab says.