The SEC’s actions on the SolarWinds CISO have sparked a debate: Should chief information security officers be worried about personal liability related to cyberattacks on their watch?
Cybersecurity risk is a business risk, yet when a data breach occurs, it is the CISO’s job on the line. How can a CISO ensure...
EU officials announced a compromise over a regulation on artificial intelligence in the works since 2021, making the trading bloc first in the world to comprehensively regulate the nascent technology. Europe understands "the importance of its role as global standard setter,” said Thierry Breton.
In this special edition at Black Hat Europe 2023 in London, three ISMG editors cover the highlights of the conference, including a resounding call for better collaboration between government agencies and the private sector, regulatory trends, and the cautionary tale of ex-Uber CISO Joe Sullivan.
In the latest "Proof of Concept," Chris Hughes, co-founder and CISO of Aquia, join editors at ISMG to discuss the nuances around software liability, how organizations are integrating standards development practices, and guidelines for determining when a supplier qualifies for safe harbor.
The FBI outlined procedures for publicly traded companies to invoke a delay in reporting material cybersecurity incidents to investors as required under a U.S. SEC rule. Regulators allow companies a pause of up to 60 business days and up to 120 business days for a substantial national security risk.
Open-source software is pervasive in healthcare. It is used in critical systems such as electronic health records and components contained in medical devices. Federal regulators are urging healthcare sector firms to be vigilant in managing risks and threats involving open-source software.
Weeks after the Department of Health and Human Services announced its first HIPAA enforcement action in a ransomware breach, federal regulators have reached another milestone: a $480,000 settlement in a HIPAA case centered for the first time ever on a phishing attack.
The Joint Commission is kicking off a new voluntary certification program for hospitals' "responsible use" of health data. The effort aims to help address growing privacy concerns over the secondary use of patient data by third parties for artificial intelligence initiatives and other activities.
European lawmakers and officials failed to hammer out a compromise regulation on artificial intelligence after two days of talks that stretched over 22 hours and were intended to culminate in a Thursday settlement. The European Union has been at work on the Artificial Intelligence Act since 2021.
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services on Wednesday released a sweeping strategy document proposing how the Biden administration intends to push the healthcare sector - through new requirements, incentives and enforcement - into improving the state of its cybersecurity.
A New York medical imaging services provider is notifying nearly 606,000 individuals that their information was potentially accessed and copied in a recent hacking incident. The entity is one of several medical imaging centers that have reported major hacking breaches in recent weeks and months.
On Nov. 8, Tenable Chairman and CEO Amit Yoran wrote a letter to Congress in support of CISA. In this episode of "Cybersecurity Insights," Yoran calls the agency the "primary focal point of our defensive efforts" and discusses why the country needs to stay unified on defeating cyberthreats.
Seoul police have accused the North Korean hacker group Andariel of stealing sensitive defense secrets from South Korean defense companies and laundering ransomware proceeds back to North Korea. The hackers stole 1.2TB of data, including information on advanced anti-aircraft weapons.
A large, Seattle-based surgical group is notifying nearly 437,400 individuals that their information was potentially compromised in a ransomware and data theft incident earlier this year. The breach is part of a larger, disturbing trend in the healthcare sector in 2023.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers urged the Biden administration to consider intensifying restrictions on semiconductor sales to Chinese companies in a bid to ensure that U.S. remote-sensing technology doesn't aid Beijing's national security efforts.