The creation of sophisticated inventory systems is critical to ensuring the security of an organization's diverse medical devices, says Dale Nordenberg, M.D., who heads a medical device security consortium. Learn about the group's latest efforts in this arena.
The head of the nearly year-old ISAO Standards Organization, Greg White, describes how fledgling Information Sharing and Analysis Organizations can help create an information sharing ecosystem aimed at making IT more secure at enterprises of all sizes.
Granular patient consent policies - adopted despite HIPAA allowing certain data to be shared without explicit patient consent - can lead to less data being exchanged by healthcare entities, says researcher Julia Adler Milstein of the University of Michigan, who describes results of a new study.
The legal obstacles to achieving the goal of national health information exchange can be overcome, attorney Valita Fredland, the new privacy officer of the Indiana Health Information Exchange, contends in this interview.
The FBI is investigating the compromise of the DNC and related party organizations. The big question is whether the FBI will be able to definitively attribute the various hacks to Russia. Former special agent Leo Taddeo offers investigatory insights.
Colin McKinty of security firm BAE Systems - hired by SWIFT in the wake of the $81 million heist from the Bank of Bangladesh - explains why BAE now believes the malware used in the SWIFT-related attacks is not unique.
A report on FBI Director James Comey seeking to reopen the debate over creating for law enforcement a bypass to encryption on mobile devices is among the stories featured in the latest ISMG Security Report.
The next president of the United States should establish a cabinet position focused on cybersecurity, and Congress should create a more focused approach to funding and authorizing IT security initiatives, says Larry Clinton, who heads the Internet Security Alliance.
A new survey shows 82 percent of organizations around the world are struggling with a shortage of staff with cybersecurity skills. Training expert Simone Petrella analyzes the survey results and spotlights the skills needed now to fight emerging cyber threats.
This edition of the ISMG Security Report features Global Cyber Alliance CEO Phil Reitinger previewing his keynote address at ISMG's New York Fraud and Breach Prevention Summit. He explains why he believes today's approach to cyber risk management is stuck in the "Bronze Age."
Cybersecurity has emerged as a key risk factor to be weighed during the due diligence process of any merger and acquisition. How should organizations on both sides approach the process? Steve Chabinsky of CrowdStrike share strategy.
The Democratic Party platform calls for balancing privacy and security concerns, and vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine endorses the formation of a commission to advise Congress on developing digital security and encryption laws.