One of the primary healthcare systems in the northwestern Italian city of Alessandria has been listed as a recent victim of the Ragnar Locker ransomware group, which has leaked stolen data and appears to be continuing to try and extort the organization.
In the latest update, four ISMG editors discuss important issues of 2022, including: CISO Marene Allison's unique career path; Ukrainian government cybersecurity official Victor Zhora on lessons learned from countering cyberattacks; and insights from CEO Nikesh Arora of Palo Alto Networks.
A cybercrime forum this week listed for sale what a seller purports to be 30 million passenger records for users of India's railways. The Indian Ministry of Railways denies that the Indian Railway Catering and Tourism Corp, is the source of any data breach, but says it's investigating.
Global Cyber Alliance CEO Philip Reitinger shares updates on the alliance's Internet Integrity and Capacity & Resilience programs, which tackle key challenges of internet infrastructure, privacy and safety. Success is measured by the number of partners and "who is using the platform," he says.
Many healthcare organizations struggle to recover from ransomware attacks, putting clinical procedures and patient safety in jeopardy during the process, says Steve Cagle, CEO of privacy/consulting firm Clearwater. "They need to think about how the technology is supporting the business," he says.
Construction and engineering firm Sargent & Lundy is informing more than 6,900 individuals that attackers stole their Social Security numbers through an Oct. 15 cyber incident. The firm has engineered 958 power plant units and more than 6,200 circuit miles of power delivery systems.
Information Security Media Group asked some of the industry's leading cybersecurity experts about the trends to watch in 2023. Responses covered a variety of emerging threats and evolving trends affecting security technologies, leadership and regulation. Here is a look at the year ahead.
Recorded Future has signed an agreement with Ukraine's Ministry of Digital Transformation to help protect the county's critical infrastructure against Russian physical and cyberattacks. The company can help detect novel strains of malware and command-and-control infrastructure run by the Russians.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy made a historic visit to Washington in a bid to shore up support during a critical moment. Behind the scenes, U.S. assistance includes strengthening Ukrainian cyber resiliency. Russian cyber operations remain a threat.
Observability is not necessarily a commonly understood term in cybersecurity circles. What exactly does it mean in context, and how does it relate to security? Jackie McGuire of Cribl discusses the observability pipeline and how best to build a solution.
It's been another watershed year for cybersecurity practitioners and leaders. How would one describe the state of security and data as we head into 2023? Jackie McGuire of Cribl weighs in with her observations and predictions for the new year.
Malware analysis and sandboxing solutions traditionally have been bound to operating systems and file types, but file types in the critical infrastructure world are different. Critical infrastructure cannot rely on standard malware analysis tools given the unique operating systems used in the space.
As the world looks into adapting 5G and studying 6G, satellite IoT is opening a new front for connectivity. There will be a demand for more LEO-based satellites for low-power communication, and these satellites will require completely new kinds of security, says Krishnamurthy Rajesh of GreyOrange.
A hacker selling a data set purportedly containing emails stripped from the FBI's InfraGard public-private cybersecurity forum obtained access by sending an application, which the bureau approved, reports independent cybersecurity journalist Brian Krebs.
The Conservative U.K. government said it will propose updates to the country's main cybersecurity regulation, including a requirement for the private sector to reimburse the public sector for enforcement activities. The government downplayed concerns that it could create perverse incentives.