In 2020, reports indicated that cyberattacks on the healthcare industry more than doubled from 2019, with
ransomware accounting for 28 percent of all attacks. Unlike previous attacks focused
primarily on providers, the COVID-19 pandemic
exposed vulnerabilities in the entire healthcare sector.
If you're not "on board" with the Functional Safety Standard EN 50128:2011 - “Railway
applications - Communication, signaling and processing systems - Software for
railway control and protection systems" - you'll need to run to catch up.
Currently the systems included under EN 50128 include
The SolarWinds attack has cybersecurity leaders everywhere taking a hard look at third-party risk. But it’s one thing to have a fresh strategy and quite another to actually start holding vendors accountable for their own security.
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The areas that risk managers commonly...
With the explosion of remote business, we are now digitizing many of our documents and processes. Entrust’s Jay Schiavo explains what new mindset this shift requires, what’s needed to ensure document authenticity and integrity.
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Third parties are one of the top attack vectors and according to a recent
Ponemon report, in the last three years, the financial services industry
experienced the second most third-party breaches despite spending the
most time on assessments (over 17,000 hours/year).
In response to the growing threats, regulators...
Attacks through third parties are even more prevalent, which jeopardizes not only the security of sensitive data, but it also provides attack vectors for hackers to take down critical systems via IoT, unauthorized access, etc. Supply chain systems are an integral part of the oil and gas industry’s survival and bad...
The financial services industry is a leading target for cyber criminals because there’s not just one way to profit from an attack. Whether it’s the direct theft of funds and customer data, extortion, or fraud, financial institutions have a metaphorical bullseye on their backs when it comes to...
One of those responsible for the massive Mirai-based DDoS attack launched in October 2016 that targeted domain name resolver Dyn and knocked Amazon, PayPal, Spotify, Twitter and others offline has pleaded guilty to federal charges.
The pandemic only amped up the need for better bandwidth, visibility and centralized management, and all within a budget that will make it possible. Prior to COVID-19, Kumar Ramachandran of Palo Alto Networks declared 2020 the “year of the early majority” for SD-WAN adoption.
Ramachandran, former CEO of...
Distributed denial-of-service attacks have not garnered much attention this year. But analysts say such attacks could surge, and they have the potential to be just as damaging as ransomware and other types of cyberthreats.
The distributed workforce, combined with the need to modernize and improve operational efficiency, has reframed digital transformation priorities and introduced new areas of risk to today's enterprise. In light of ongoing macroeconomic demands, the CISO is facing increasing pressure to deliver value.
Everything has changed. Organizations have quickly pivoted towards the "new norm", adopting new practices and new technology solutions to support the business. Security multi-year strategies have not caught up. This new norm introduced new security threats to an already crowded threat landscape at a time when...
The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency is warning of an increase in targeted distributed denial-of-service attacks against financial and government organizations worldwide. And security firms also are tracking the incidents in these and other sectors.
The start of classroom and online instruction at Hartford Public Schools in Connecticut was canceled Tuesday as a result of a ransomware attack - the latest in a series of online attacks, including distributed denial-of-service disruptions, that have interrupted some schools' return to teaching this fall.