Never have global financial institutions
faced such adversaries. The cybercriminal gangs now wield tools that
used to be the province of nation-states, and the nation-states now
engage in activities that once were owned by cybercrime. Scams
and schemes including account
takeover, denial of service and ransomware...
Several eye care practices have reported health data breaches involving vendor Eye Care Leaders and its cloud-based myCare Integrity electronic medical records offering. The incident, involving the deletion of databases and systems configuration data, has affected about 100,000 or more patients.
In the latest "Proof of Concept," Ari Redbord, head of legal and government affairs at TRM Labs, and former CISO David Pollino of PNC Bank join editors at ISMG to discuss the U.S Treasury's decision to sanction cryptocurrency mixer Blender.io. They also assess software supply chain security.
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report analyzes what lessons cybersecurity leaders can learn from the Russia-Ukraine war. It also examines the Okta data breach and Lapsus$ attack and describes how tech companies are supporting new developments in the FIDO protocol.
In the latest "Troublemaker CISO" post, security director Ian Keller discusses the issue of supply chain security and whether you should disclose information about your supply chain to companies as part of the effort to secure it. His conclusion: Build your defenses and trust no one.
The United Kingdom has announced two proposed pieces of legislation - the Financial Services and Markets Bill and the Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill - to regulate the digital assets industry and curb the use of virtual currency in illicit activity.
Material Security has closed a $100 million funding round on a $1.1 billion valuation to extend its protection of sensitive content at rest beyond email. The startup will take patents for defending content in old emails and apply them to SaaS applications such as Dropbox, Google Drive and Slack.
A recent ransomware attack disclosed by a medication management systems provider is the latest reminder of persistent cybersecurity threats and risks facing healthcare supply chain and related vendors, as well as their customers. What's at stake?
As the Russia-Ukraine war continues, what cybersecurity lessons should be learned? At the CyberUK conference in Wales, cybersecurity czars focused on surprises - including low online attack volume and the role of hacktivists - and lauded Ukraine's cyber resilience, honed by years of stress testing.
Russia's use of wiper malware, DDoS attacks and targeted disinformation show it no longer depends on traditional methods in its war with Ukraine. John Walker, a professor and counterintelligence expert, says organizations need to be "more realistic" about how they handle cyberattacks.
New CEO Bryan Ware plans to leverage LookingGlass' nascent attack surface management capabilities to capture clients in verticals such as pharmaceuticals, manufacturing and utilities. The company tapped former CISA leader Ware to serve as its next CEO following the acquisition of Next5.
Britain's law enforcement and intelligence agencies continue to work with partners to directly disrupt criminal infrastructure and deny criminals access to cybercrime tools, says Jeremy Fleming, the head of the U.K.'s security, intelligence and cyber agency, GCHQ.
Abnormal Security has closed a $210 million funding round on a $4 billion valuation to apply its account takeover prevention technology to areas other than email. The company wants to use its AI to protect accounts across systems and SaaS platforms and in environments such as Workday and Salesforce.
U.S. regulators have proposed that Colonial Pipeline, which was hit by a cyberattack in May 2021, be fined $986,400 over a series of federal pipeline safety regulation violations. The ransomware attack caused fuel shortages along the U.S. East Coast, where the firm operates a 5,500-mile pipeline.
The "financial burden" of a December 2021 cyberattack and the aftereffects of the COVID-19 pandemic forced 157-year-old Lincoln College in Illinois to cease operations on Friday, its president, David Gerlach, says. The school underwent a three-month-long recovery period during enrollment season.