Title insurance company First American Financial Corp. will pay the SEC a $488,000 penalty as a result of a data breach revealed two years ago. Information security staff members were aware of the vulnerability in the company's EaglePro document-sharing system for five months but failed to fix it, the SEC reports.
Reproductive Biology Associates, an Atlanta-based clinic operator, and its affiliate, MyEggBank North America, report their systems were hit by a ransomware attack in April but say they regained control of their network and data after contacting the attackers.
How can organizations update their SOCs to ensure they keep up with evolving cyberthreats? Three experts - Sean Duca of Palo Alto Networks, Rishi Rajpal of Concentrix and Anish Ravindranathan of Tata Digital - offer insights.
It's been two years since Gartner first gave a name to Secure Access Service Edge. But it's quickly emerging as a popular architecture for digitally transformed enterprises. Elton Fontaine of Palo Alto Networks discusses SASE use cases for state and municipal government, as well as higher education.
A bipartisan group of senators is circulating a draft of a federal breach notification bill that would require federal agencies, federal contractors and businesses that have oversight over critical infrastructure to report significant cyberthreats to CISA within 24 hours of discovery.
For the second time in less than a year, Carnival has informed customers and employees of a data breach after an unauthorized intruder gained access to a portion of its IT network and infrastructure in March.
The daily peak of DDoS attack traffic increased 100% from January 2020 to May 2021, reaching 3 Tbps, with most of the high-bandwidth, high-intensity attacks originating from fewer than 50 hosting companies, Nokia Deepfield reports.
The global law enforcement "Anom" honeypot operation racked up impressive statistics for the number of criminals tricked into using the encrypted communications service. Psychology was at play: Officials say users flocked to the service after they disrupted rivals EncroChat and Sky Global.
Bitcoin has enabled fast payments to cybercriminals pushing ransomware. How to deal with bitcoin is the subject of a spirited debate, with some arguing to restrict it. But bitcoin doesn't always favor cybercriminals, and it may actually be more of an ally than a foe by revealing webs of criminality.
The discovery of an unsecured database containing over 1 billion records related to CVS Health website visitor activity illustrates yet again how security missteps can potentially leave sensitive data exposed, some security experts say.
With the RSA Conference virtual this year, ISMG replaced its two live on-site studios with a suite of home studios and produced a diverse group of interviews on timely topics with thought leaders who will be solving cybersecurity's most urgent problems.
Volkswagen and its Audi subsidiary are notifying 3.3 million people in the U.S and Canada of a breach of personal information by a marketing services supplier. Volkswagen says 90,000 of those affected may have also had their driver's license number, loan data and other personal information exposed.
Based on Russian-language cybercrime chatter, "fear" likely drove the lucrative Avaddon ransomware-as-a-service operation to announce its retirement as the U.S. exerts increasing diplomatic pressure on Moscow to disrupt such activity, experts say. But are criminals simply laying low until the heat dies down?