The Indian government has exempted the national computer emergency response team from providing information to citizens under the Right to Information Act. Industry experts believe the move may dilute the agency’s public accountability and transparency.
New Jersey-based hospital group Capital Health is dealing with a network outage, caused by a cyberattack earlier this week, which is affecting some patient services. Capital Health is at least the second healthcare provider in the Garden State responding to a cyberattack this week.
New York regulators are warning millions of individuals of identity theft risks involving a data theft at a medical transcriber that has now affected patients of at least two major healthcare groups, including Crouse Health and Northwell Health in the state. Lawsuits in the case are also piling up.
A National Institute of Standards and Technology official said agencies are facing a variety of challenges in implementing enterprisewide zero trust architectures, from a lack of insight into their network components to difficult decisions around legacy systems and costly procurement initiatives.
In the constant struggle to manage the other five pillars - identify, protect, detect, respond and recover - security leaders often do not have governance at top of mind, said Netography CEO Martin Roesch, but he added, "Good governance is the root of having good security."
BlueVoyant purchased a risk management vendor led by an Army veteran to expand its SaaS footprint with U.S. government and defense industrial organizations. Buying Conquest Cyber will allow BlueVoyant to provide cyber risk maturity and compliance assessments to both federal and commercial customers.
In this era of extended digital transformation projects and emerging AI technologies, understanding the implications of technological advancement - and the risks that come with innovation - is increasingly critical for enterprise security, according to Sambasivan G, CFO at Tata Play.
Security researchers say attackers are actively attempting to exploit a critical vulnerability in unpatched ownCloud implementations, which they can use to steal credentials and other secret information. Last month, ownCloud said it had sent all users a security alert and updates to fix the flaws.
Indonesian data protection experts recommend understanding the types of personal data collected and their purpose, urging companies to leverage established frameworks such as NIST and ISO 27701. These frameworks should align with the regulations of each country.
In this episode of "Cybersecurity Insights," Eyal Fisher discussed Sweet Security's Cloud Runtime Security Suite, which helps CISOS and security teams defend against all stages of a cyberattack by gathering data, generating insights, baselining the normal environment and looking for deviations.
Patient services - including emergency care and telehealth appointments - are still affected at dozens of hospitals and other care facilities in several states operated by Ardent Health Services as the Tennessee-based organization continues to respond to a Thanksgiving Day ransomware attack.
DDoS and other cyberattacks against media outlets and critical services are what Guy Shafir, CTO of Israeli tech vendor WideOps, has been dealing with since the start of the terrorist attacks in Israel on Oct. 7. Shafir shared details about the response to these intense attacks.
The SEC recently charged SolarWinds and its CISO for fraud amid cybersecurity lapses. Most organizations are reckless in making statements to the market to preserve their company's stock prices, not realizing that this is tantamount to fraud, said experts.
President Joe Biden's recent executive order for artificial intelligence encourages investment in AI while setting a vision for a regulatory framework to address issues involving AI technology safety, bias and other concerns in healthcare, said attorney Wendell Bartnick of the law firm Reed Smith.
European lawmakers slammed the EU executive branch's inaction after a parliamentary committee called for tougher rules designed to prevent spyware abuse across the trading bloc. More than half of European Parliament lawmakers backed a resolution demanding rapid action.