Few organizations have been placed under pressure as extreme over the past year as those working in healthcare. In many cases, this has been a catalyst for rapid digital transformation. Yet with healthcare organizations (HCOs) stretched to the limit, security gaps inevitably appear in systems that support life-saving...
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. As we have shown, this old saying holds true for
healthcare organizations whether they are focusing on the well-being of patients or considering a
cloud migration. Before your organization embarks on a cloud migration, you should develop a “cloud
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What do the world's leading encryption and security experts think about non-fungible tokens, supply chain attacks, coordinated vulnerability disclosure and the state of quantum computing? The cryptographers' panel at RSA Conference 2021 addressed all these issues.
Welcome to RSA Conference 2021. By virtue of being virtual, we've brought our entire global team to bear on gathering the very latest cybersecurity trends, technologies and takeaways from our industry's leading thinkers via ISMG's largest and most diverse set of video interviews to date.
In April, Cybereason published a blog describing its research into the DarkSide ransomware strain that infected Colonial Pipeline this past week. Sam Curry, CSO of Cybereason, shares insights on DarkSide and the tactics behind the new breed of ransomware attacks.
Healthcare is among the most likely to experience an incident involving an insider, which means DLP is a top priority for security leaders working within the industry.
Tessian’s latest research explores new and perennial challenges around data loss in the healthcare sector and digs deep into the most (and...
The legal sector is among the most likely to experience an incident involving an insider, which means DLP is a top priority for security leaders working within the industry.
Tessian’s latest research explores new and perennial challenges around data loss in the legal sector and digs deep into the most (and...
Is remote working putting your DLP to the test? Tessian’s research explores new challenges around data loss and identifies the most effective DLP solutions for today’s working world.
Our findings reveal that data loss on email is a bigger problem than most realize, that remote-working brings new...
The healthcare industry is in the midst of a substantial shift toward a quality focused care model. While the transition from fee-for-service care to value-based care has been underway for some years, provider organizations are still grappling with implementing systems and processes to support this new model of...
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report features an analysis of whether courts can trust evidence collected by Cellebrite's mobile device forensic tools. Also featured: Report shows attackers' dwell times plummeting; a call for partnership with law enforcement.
Can courts trust evidence collected by Cellebrite's mobile device forensic tools? Matt Bergin of KoreLogic has found new vulnerabilities in Cellebrite's software that he will present on Friday at Black Hat Asia. He says that forensics software should be put through rigorous penetration tests.
The FBI has shared 4.3 million email addresses stolen by the Emotet malware with the Have I Been Pwned breach notification site. The entry of those addresses into the site increases the chance that those infected with Emotet can take remediation actions, such as changing passwords.
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report features an analysis of ransomware gang REvil’s threat to release stolen Apple device blueprints unless it receives a massive payoff. Also featured: discussions of the importance of a “shift left” strategy and efforts to secure cryptocurrencies.
The REvil - aka Sodinokibi - ransomware gang is threatening to release stolen Apple device blueprints unless it receives a massive payoff. The extortion threat - with a reported $50 million opening demand - was unveiled hours before Apple made a series of major new product announcements.