Asset management, endpoint protection, implementing monitoring capabilities, encryption, and data loss prevention tools can all help reduce the risk of cyberattacks on telehealth systems.
In a new lawsuit, one company is alleging a former employee stole sensitive trade secrets to help his new company, a would-be competitor, manufacture a lucrative drug.
The company's CISO acknowledged the breach to the supervisory authority only after it asked and 18 months after it happened.
France’s data protection authority is looking into reports this week that a data breach of a "particularly significant magnitude" may impact half a million French citizens.
COVID-19 has led to increased fraud activity; one of the latest campaigns has seen cybercriminals stealing data from public-facing insurance websites.
The FBI reiterated that using end-of-life operating systems and desktop sharing software can open the doors for attackers, like in the Oldsmar water treatment plant hack.
With the world in flux and cybercrime an increasingly pervasive threat, cyber insurance has seen rapid adoption. How can a cyber insurance plan be effective? NYDFS has released a new framework to help.
The hack is another example of how damaging cyber attacks against small cities and infrastructure can be.
China's voracious collection of U.S. healthcare data, including DNA, can pose a national security risk, not to mention harm the privacy of Americans.
If enacted, new federal rules would require banks to inform their primary federal regulator as soon as possible following a computer security incident.
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