Scripps Health this week began notifying more than 147,000 individuals that their financial and health information was contained in documents stolen by attackers who deployed ransomware on the healthcare organization's network in May.
Internet of things security professionals are expressing concern over Amazon's new Sidewalk - a low-bandwidth network program that will allow some of the company's connected and IoT devices to share Wi-Fi access even outside an owner's home.
20/20 Hearing Care Network, a vision and hearing benefits administrator, is notifying nearly 3.3 million individuals that their personal and health information contained in an Amazon Web Services cloud storage bucket was accessed or downloaded - and then deleted - by an "unknown" actor.
Where were you on May 25, 2018? That was the day the EU's General Data Protection Regulation went into full effect. Three years later, some legal and privacy experts say that while the global privacy discussion and expectations have evolved, GDPR still has some growing up to do.
As a global CISO and privacy officer, Rebecca Wynn has earned her stripes. And she's upfront with her expectations: She will take your security organization to the next level. But she also won't hesitate to walk away if she sees that cybersecurity commitment is nothing but talk.
As more states continue to roll out their own health data-related privacy laws that do not fall under the federal regulatory umbrella of HIPAA, it is becoming more challenging for organizations to navigate the regulations, says privacy attorney Sheila Sokolowski of law firm Hintze Law PLLC.
The COVID-19 pandemic created unique conditions for technology and surveillance practices to erode global privacy. In this discussion of their RSA Conference keynote, Niloo Howe and David Cole share their research, case studies and analysis.
From identity and access management to cloud migration and connected devices, retired RSA CEO Art Coviello looks beyond the pandemic and says, "It's going to be a Roaring '20s for technology." But he also foresees a potentially calamitous decade for security.
As CISO of Johnson & Johnson, Marene Allison was used to gauging her security posture by the top threat activity: nation-state, cybercrime, insider or hacktivist. But in 2020, they all struck at once. Here is one CISO's take on the state of the industry.
After a year of pandemic resilience and digital transformation, what is the state of global privacy? Ruby Zefo, Uber's chief privacy officer, weighs in on the evolution of privacy, new and emerging legislation and advice for those just starting their privacy careers.
Discover the latest trends to see where risks are growing and how you can defend against them.
Results from the Verizon Mobile Security Index (MSI) 2021 report show that 62% of employees currently work remotely—that’s nearly double pre-pandemic numbers.
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Recent incidents involving inadvertent exposure of patient data on GitHub, a software development platform, point to the need to ensure that data loss prevention tools are implemented, all available security controls are leveraged and employees are made aware of the risks involved.
Some security experts are questioning whether Experian is doing enough to ensure security after a researcher discovered that an API the credit reporting firm uses to allow lenders to check the credit score of prospective borrowers could expose customer's scores.
Law enforcement agencies use forensics tools from Israeli company Cellebrite to gain access to locked mobile devices and extract data. But the creator of encrypted messaging app Signal says he's found vulnerabilities in Cellebrite's tools, raising questions about whether the extracted data can be trusted.