Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me. That's the situation facing victims of Equifax's massive data breach, who are being offered identity theft or fraud monitoring services from none other than Equifax. First, however, they have to share some personal information.
Two Indiana attorneys, frustrated by delays in obtaining patient records on behalf of clients, are seeking more than $1 billion in damages in a lawsuit alleging 60 hospitals in the state fraudulently received HITECH Act electronic health record incentive payments.
Are you an accused Russian hacker who's been detained on foreign soil at the request of U.S. authorities? Bad news: While Mother Russia will go to court to try to bring you home, your odds of resisting U.S. extradition don't look good.
The California attorney general's office has smacked Cottage Health System with a $2 million settlement in the wake of breaches in 2013 and 2015. What lessons can be learned from this significant enforcement action?
Every new cybersecurity regulation includes at least some emphasis on improving vendor risk management. But what happens when vendors balk at the extra degree of scrutiny required? Moffitt Cancer Center's Dave Summitt describes his risk-based approach to business associates.
As the GDPR's enforcement date nears, North American healthcare organizations are scrambling to ensure their data protection policies and practices are up to snuff. Mitch Parker of Indiana University Health System offers his prescription for GDPR compliance.
Give crooks credit for topicality: They remain loathe to miss a trick. Indeed, hardly any time elapsed after Uber came clean about the year-old breach it had concealed before crack teams of social engineers unleashed appropriately themed phishing messages designed to bamboozle the masses.
U.S. government agencies now find themselves having to comply with Binding Operational Directive 18-01 to enhance email and web security. What are the immediate tasks? Patrick Peterson of Agari offers insight and advice.
With a rise in incidents of omnichannel financial fraud globally, financial institutions need to enhance their ability to detect fraud - while also reducing technical complexity. Maxim Shifrin of IBM Trusteer discusses new solutions.
HealthcareInfoSecurity Executive Editor Marianne Kolbasuk McGee reflects on the just-concluded Healthcare Security Summit in New York in the latest edition of the ISMG Security Report. Also, PCI Security Standards Council CTO Troy Leach addresses ransomware risks.
Some legal experts say a nearly $1 billion class action lawsuit filed against electronic health records vendor eClinicalWorks could be the first of many cases scrutinizing the data integrity issues of EHR vendors. Others, however, contend that those filing such lawsuits will face many hurdles.
Dozens of lively discussions sprung up among the healthcare CISOs, legal experts and leaders from government agencies and technology vendors at Information Security Media Group's Healthcare Security Summit in New York. So what are some of the key takeaways?
The PCI Security Standards Council is creating a payments software framework, including two new standards that can evolve as the software rapidly changes, Troy Leach, the council's CTO, explains in this in-depth interview.