The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission is planning to update its 6-year-old cybersecurity guidance for how publicly traded firms report data breaches to investors. Experts expect the refined guidance to cover insider trading program rules, breach notifications and business models.
Nissan Canada Finance, which provides financing for Nissan and Infiniti vehicle buyers and leasers, is warning 1.13 million current and former customers that their personal information may have been stolen.
New York-Presbyterian has more than 72,000 medical devices from over 1,400 manufacturers, says CISO Jennings Aske. Given that scale, how can a security leader help ensure device cybersecurity? Aske shares his view of what's needed from manufacturers and the government.
Ira "Gus" Hunt, a security expert who was formerly CTO at the CIA, analyzes why many large healthcare provider organizations plan to boost cybersecurity spending in 2018 and discusses the role of emerging technologies.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued cybersecurity expectations for manufacturers of medical devices. But ow are those expectations being met, and what is the FDA's ongoing role in improving device security? The FDA's Suzanne Schwartz offers an update.
Fraudsters recently ordered a total of nine iPhones and Samsung S8s from Sprint and Verizon with my personal details. With the internet awash in stolen personally identifiable information, are mobile operators doing enough to prevent fraudulent orders?
It's been seven years since Dale Nordenberg, a pediatrician, became involved in the drive to improve medical device security. What progress does he see among manufacturers, government agencies and healthcare providers?
In an information technology environment where personnel are taking on increasingly complex responsibilities, the key to ensuring security is still awareness training, says former U.S. CISO Gregory Touhill, who says he'd put his last dollar on it.
A British teenager has avoided jail time after pleading guilty to thousands of DDoS disruptions against Amazon, Netflix, NatWest Bank and others. Separately, a U.S. man has pleaded guilty to launching DDoS attacks on behalf of Lizard Squad and PoodleCorp, among other offenses.
Kaspersky Lab has sued the U.S. Department of Homeland Security for issuing an order that bans the Moscow-based anti-virus firm's software from being used on federal systems, saying DHS violated the company's right to respond to the allegations against it.
The Trump administration has belatedly announced that hackers tied to the government of North Korea were behind the WannaCry ransomware outbreak that began in May and infected more than 200,000 endpoints across 150 countries. Why is the White House only now airing its attribution?
Bitcoin-seeking phishing attacks have been trying to socially engineer would-be cryptocurrency exchange executives, warn researchers at Secureworks. The attacks use Word documents with malicious macros and control code previously seen in attacks launched by the Lazarus Group, which has been tied to North Korea.
Bitcoin's massive rise in value and hype continues to draw the attention of hackers, scammers and organized crime. Flaws in bitcoin mining firmware and hacks of wallet software show that the infrastructure associated with cryptocurrency is not always well-secured.
Most of the criminal activity targeting today's enterprises originates at the endpoint, and the majority of modern breaches use known threats or vulnerabilities for which a patch already exists. For this reason, endpoint visibility must be complete and continuous.