Israel is known for its cyber resilience, but small and medium businesses in the country need to reduce external communication during wartime to reduce their attack surface, said May Brooks-Kempler, director of Cyber Range Solutions and founder and former president of ISC2 Israel Chapter.
In times of economic uncertainty, organizations face the challenge of maintaining a robust cybersecurity posture while managing costs. However, by adopting strategic approaches to budget allocation, process optimization, and planned growth, organizations can navigate these challenging times without compromising their...
President Joe Biden's recent executive order on artificial intelligence could affect the healthcare sector in an assortment of ways, such as putting checks and balances on plans to promote AI innovation and wider use of AI - while also safeguarding against potential harms to patients.
Days after announcing a security compromise, cloud-based identity and authentication management provider Okta said that an unknown threat actor had accessed files of 134 customers after an employee signed in to a personal Google profile on the Chrome browser of an Okta-managed laptop.
This week, Canada banned WeChat and Kaspersky apps, REvil members faced trial in a Russian military court, the British Library experienced an IT outage, Iranian state-backed hackers targeted Middle East governments and European officials extended the ban on Meta's behavioral advertising practices.
Risks tied to artificial intelligence are imminent and require systemic attention, the head of the British crime agency said Tuesday. Facial recognition and AI are the two latest technical developments where we need to continue working and essential that we get right," said Graeme Biggar.
A Georgia-based firm that provides administrative services for health plans is among the latest firms reporting a major health data hack involving their use of Progress Software's MOVEit file transfer software. NASCO joined a growing list of health sector vendors hit by MOVEit hacks.
North Korean hackers are spreading malware through known vulnerabilities in legitimate software. In a new campaign spotted by Kaspersky researchers, the Lazarus group is targeting a version of an unnamed software product for which vulnerabilities have been reported and patches are available.
Hospitals, clinics and doctor practices have long fallen victim to cyberattacks and breaches kicked off with phishing emails. But with the advent of AI-augmented phishing, the lures are more convincing and could lead to even more scams targeting healthcare organizations, federal authorities warned.
Until now there has been an ongoing struggle regarding who owns the money mules and scams problem – Credit Risk, AML (KYC), or Fraud Management? With liabilities shifting, ownership is clearly landing on the shoulders of Fraud Management teams. Fraud leaders must act quickly or risk losing revenue, their reputation,...
Genetics testing firm 23andme is facing intensifying scrutiny in the wake of a credential-stuffing hack that leaked genetic ancestry information of potentially millions of customers. That includes at least 16 proposed federal class action lawsuits and an inquiry by a high-ranking U.S. senator.
This week: espionage group exploits a zero-day in Roundcube Webmail, Cloudflare records a surge in HTTP DDoS attacks, ZScaler detects a spike in IoT hacks, the International Criminal Court says its cyber incident was espionage and the Kansas court system still offline.
A financially motivated hacking group is becoming more aggressive, leading Microsoft to dub it "one of the most dangerous financial criminal groups." Octo Tempest is the rare English-speaking affiliate of Russian-speaking ransomware group BlackCat.
ChatGPT can craft almost perfect phishing emails in five minutes, nearly beating a social engineering team with decades of experience, the results of a "nail-biting" experiment by IBM showed. The "humans emerged victorious, but by the narrowest of margins," the report said.
A cyberattack on a shared IT services organization is forcing five member hospitals in Ontario to cancel or reschedule patient appointments and steer nonemergency patients to other facilities. Attacks against third-party vendors are rising, and many regional hospitals are unprepared.