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.
Sinovel, a Chinese turbine manufacturer behind one of the decade's classic insider threat cases, was ordered to pay $1.5M by a federal judge last week for the theft of trade secrets.
Credit bureaus that operate in New York will have to fall in line with NYDFS's rigid cybersecurity rules by November in order to avoid stiff penalties and heavy fines.
The PCI Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) deadline to disable SSL/early TLS protocols and better protect payment card data is less than two weeks away.
A jury ruled that Emerson Electric stole proprietary data center designs from BladeRoom, putting a close to a long running trade secrets lawsuit. The ruling comes a month after Facebook settled with the British manufacturing firm over similar charges.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) released a new version of its popular Cybersecurity Framework last week.
The law closes a loophole that could allow sensitive health data to be shared with the primary subscriber of a health plan.
At least four U.S. pipeline companies had their data systems disrupted following a cyberattack this week.
A Vanderbilt researcher believes data breaches and a lack of cybersecurity at hospitals can be tied to patient deaths.
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