Trade-related services resumed Monday at Central Depository Services Ltd. in India, days after trading was suspended during a cyberattack Friday. All pending trades have now been settled, though brokers report some continued IT issues. The service says it appears that no data has been compromised.
On the heels of the recent FTX financial meltdown came the theft of millions of dollars that left thousands of investors, exchanges and others in the lurch. Hugh Brooks of CertiK shares the status of data that FTX stores, the role of regulations and best cybersecurity practices for crypto exchanges.
U.S. federal authorities are warning critical infrastructure sectors including healthcare to be on the lookout for indicators of Hive ransomware. Healthcare is a particular favorite of Hive affiliates because hospitals and other medical providers often pay ransoms.
On the heels of the recent FTX financial meltdown came the theft of millions of dollars that left thousands of investors, exchanges and others in the lurch. Hugh Brooks, director of security operations at CertiK, shares how the funds may have been stolen and what happens next.
The Department of Health and Human Services faces "significant challenges" in protecting data and technology from cyberthreats and improving how its various related entities share large volumes of critical data, including public health data, a new watchdog report says.
Federal officials released updated guidance for medical device cybersecurity incidents, including ransomware, as cyberattacks against the healthcare sector continue to surge. From mid-2020 through 2021, 82% of healthcare systems reported a cyber incident, 34% of which involved ransomware.
Hospitals face attacks from nation-states seeking medical research and cybercriminals using pediatric patient data to apply for loans, says Stoddard Manikin. Adversaries target pediatric records to exploit the patient's credit and adult records when pursuing insurance or prescription fraud.
A recent ransomware attack at a Texas hospital that knocked out phone and email systems for weeks is now even worse following OakBend Medical Center's admission that the hackers downloaded data from the medical records of up to 500,000 individuals.
In the latest weekly update, ISMG editors discuss implications of the seizure of $3.36 billion in stolen bitcoin, whether the EU is complicit in the spread of advanced spyware, and the departure of the U.K.'s Dr. Ian Levy, technical director of NCSC, with some important parting words.
The United Kingdom and many other countries are considering ways to make banks liable for authorized payment fraud and lift the burden from millions of victims of online scams. Trace Fooshee, strategic adviser at Aite-Novarica Group, shares his views on why this might not be such a great idea.
Hacktivists fighting a proxy online battle against Russia after its invasion of Ukraine claim to have dumped online a trove of files from the Central Bank of Russia. The IT Army of Ukraine also claimed to have disrupted payments processing at Moscow's Alfa Bank.
The Red Cross symbol has marked people and facilities off-limits to attack across a century of wars, but security experts are skeptical about a proposal to create a digital Red Cross marker to protect healthcare and humanitarian groups from cyberattacks. The reason? You can't trust cybercriminals.
In this episode of "Cybersecurity Unplugged," Dr. Chris Miller, an associate professor of international history at the Fletcher School at Tufts University, discusses the cybersecurity aspects of the Russia-Ukraine war and how perceptions of the two countries may have been inaccurate.
Aging medical imaging devices are among those most vulnerable to security incidents, often due to misconfigurations and a lack of security controls, says Elisa Costante, vice president of research at security firm Forescout. She discusses how vendors can reduce security risks in connected products.
The healthcare industry should be aware of Iranian hackers using social engineering techniques, says the U.S. federal government. Hackers sponsored by Tehran layer on the social media deception, warns the Department of Health and Human Services' Health Sector Cybersecurity Coordinating Center.