At Black Hat on Thursday two researchers described how they were able to use intelligence, transactional data, and predictive analytics to help identify payment card fraud victims.
Financial services trade groups this week are pushing Congress to create a federal data breach notification standard.
With Black Hat just a week away we dig into the conference's schedule to highlight a handful of sessions worth attending, including talks on Spectre and Meltdown, voting security, and healthcare data standards.
Threat hunters looking to learn new tricks, especially around behavioral analytics, and forensics, will want to add Tim Bandos' talk to their Black Hat schedule.
Ransomware hits another shipping company, a manufacturing data leak, and more - catch up on the week's infosec news with this roundup!
The Department of Homeland Security confirmed this week that Russian hackers successfully infiltrated the control rooms of U.S. electrical utilities after compromising the networks of their corporate suppliers.
The Food and Drug Administration issued new guidance on electronic health record data security this week that encourages employing privacy and security controls when performing clinical trials.
A hospice in Tennessee didn't realize until months after suffering a phishing attack that it may have resulted in the access of sensitive protected health information.
The DoD said recently it was "investigating the use of commercial solutions for labeling and controlling access to sensitive information."
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