As the year winds down, phishing and ransomware attacks continue to plague the healthcare sector, as illustrated by recent breach reports. A hospital owned by Cancer Treatment Centers of America is among the latest phishing victims.
Thousands of emails from four senior aides within the National Republican Congressional Committee were exposed after their accounts were compromised for several months earlier this year, Politico reports. Few details have been released about the incident, which was investigated by Crowdstrike.
Because phishing attacks are so pervasive, aggressive staff educational efforts are essential, says Richard Conti of The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, who also discusses other risk mitigation steps.
With the year nearly over, hacking attacks - especially those involving phishing and other email attacks - continue to rack up big victim counts for health data breaches reported to federal regulators in 2018.
Amazon has blamed a technical error for its inadvertent exposure of some customers' names and email addresses online. The online retailing giant maintains that its systems were not breached. It says it's sent an email notification to all affected customers and that the problem has been fixed.
No matter how much security technology we purchase, we still face a fundamental security problem: people. This webinar will explore the different levers that social engineers and scam artists pull to make us more likely to do their bidding.
Join Perry Carpenter, Chief Evangelist and Strategy Officer at KnowBe4, as...
Bankers Life is notifying more than 566,000 individuals, including Medicare supplemental insurance policyholders, that their personal information was exposed in a hacking incident. Employee credentials were compromised, enabling unauthorized access to certain company websites containing personal data.
Over the last five years, cybercrime occurrences have escalated dramatically, taking hold of organizations
worldwide - affecting revenue, productivity, information security, and reputation. In 2017 Cost of
Cybercrime Study, the Ponemon Institute emphasizes that, on average, organizations have paid
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Want to better block business email compromise - CEO fraud - attacks outright, as well as be able to spot and respond more quickly to any BEC attacks that get through? Incident responder David Stubley details essential defenses all businesses should put in place now.
Despite the harsh reality that card not present (CNP) fraud is a serious problem that which is only getting bigger as the eCommerce market continues to grow, senior management is not giving this issue the attention that it deserves.
Some executives fail to recognize the correlation between fraud management and the...
An analysis of attacks against cryptocurrency exchanges over nearly two years shows hackers have inflicted $882 million in damages, according to the Russian security firm Group-IB. The tally of losses is likely to grow next year, the company warns.
The U.K.'s National Cyber Security Center incident response teams have investigated more than 1,000 significant incidents in the past two years, the majority of which trace to nation-state attackers, officials say.
How Susceptible are Users to Active Threats?
With phishing still the #1 entry point for cyber-attacks, your defenses need to focus on the most pressing threats: active phishing campaigns that are probing your healthcare organization.
This report breaks down the Top 10 threats, with metrics showing how well users...
Education plays a critical role in any program designed to combat insider threats, says Christopher Greany, head of group investigations at Barclays. He'll discuss how to start an insider threat program in a presentation at Information Security Media Group's Security Summit: London, to be held Oct. 23.