No question, the COVID-19 pandemic has been devastating for healthcare professionals. But it also has brought new opportunities for IT and security leaders to exercise unprecedented influence on healthcare enablement. Anahi Santiago, CISO of ChristianaCare, discusses this enormous responsibility.
The latest edition of the ISMG Security Report analyzes how the U.S. government is offering a reward of up to $5 million for information to help it disrupt the illicit flow of funds to North Korea. The report also examines approaches to enhance banks' cyber defenses and U.S. regulatory trends.
More than 670,000 individuals have been affected by two 2021 hacking incidents that were only recently reported to federal regulators. The breaches involve healthcare software and billing services firm Adaptive Health Integrations and urgent care provider Urgent Team Holdings.
During its January cyberattack, Lapsus$ accessed tenants and viewed applications such as Slack and Jira for only two Okta customers. The threat actor actively controlled a single workstation used by a Sitel support engineer for 25 consecutive minutes on Jan. 21, according to a forensic report.
The British government has been alerted multiple times in recent years that officials' smartphones appeared to have been infected with spyware built by Israel's NSO Group, as part of nation-state espionage campaigns targeting Britain, human rights watchdog Citizen Lab says.
Identity experts urge the Biden administration to accelerate the deployment of mobile driver's licenses and ensure identity theft victims get direct assistance. These are among the four items experts say must be added to an upcoming executive order focused on preventing and detecting identity theft.
In the modern age of online connections, organizations rely heavily on digital channels to share, store and communicate information internally and externally.
A worldwide pandemic, a fully remote or hybrid workforce, the rapid acceleration of digital transformation, and the increasing sophistication of...
The Dutch Data Protection Authority has imposed penalties of 3.7 million euros ($4 million) and 565,000 euros ($600,000) on the Dutch Tax and Customs Administration and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, respectively, for violating the General Data Protection Regulation.
A high-ranking U.S. government official has been convicted of stealing the personal information of thousands of federal workers as well as government software. Murali Y. Venkata, 56, was acting branch chief at the DHS's Information Technology Division in the Office of the Inspector General.
We’re in the 4th Industrial Revolution, and it came unannounced...that's the backdrop of this 2022 study. The revolution came with smart devices, automation, cloud migration and a new streamlined ability to engage with customers and partners - along with the vulnerabilities inherent in legacy technology: the...
Five recently reported data breaches involving cyberattacks on a variety of different types of healthcare sector entities have affected a total of more than 1.2 million individuals. Experts say the incidents highlight the intensifying threat landscape in the sector.
In the latest "Proof of Concept," Lisa Sotto, partner and chair of the global privacy and cybersecurity practice at Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP and David Pollino, former CISO at PNC Bank, join Information Security Media Group editors to discuss U.S. regulatory trends and supply chain risk management.
Access Health, Connecticut's health insurance exchange under the Affordable Care Act, experienced dozens of mostly small data breaches over about a 3 1/2-year period, and the vast majority involved one contractor, says an auditor report that recommends the exchange make improvements to data security.
Keeping up with myriad data privacy and information security regulations has never been easy. Security mandates are complicated and constantly evolving. Adding to the complexity: organizations often face deadlines to meet compliance objectives – and fast.
Across industries and regions, compliance frameworks...
Tools and methodologies that have been helpful for global public health research might also provide better understanding of the root causes of cybercrime and the motivation of cybercriminals, especially as such crime has surged during the COVID-19 pandemic, says Stanley Mierzwa of Kean University.