Organizations recently responded to a senator who's hoping to develop a strategy for reducing cybersecurity vulnerabilities in the healthcare sector.
The ramifications of a ransomware attack last fall at a healthcare billing services provider are still coming to light. Upwards to 700 companies and 1.2 million patients could ultimately be affected.
New amendments to the rules, proposed last week and largely based on the New York State Department of Financial Services’ Cybersecurity Regulation, would better protect customer information held by financial institutions.
The campaign, which counts oil, gas, and heavy machinery manufacturers among its victims, has been responsible for millions of dollars in lost productivity and data.
The incident stems from an employee at a vendor working with the medical center improperly disclosing patient data.
With insight from stakeholders, the politician hopes to develop a strategy to improve the healthcare industry's cybersecurity posture.
There was at least one health data breach a day and 503 health data breaches overall in 2018 according to analysis released this week.
For the second time in the last month, a chemical manufacturer is accusing one of its former employees of stealing trade secrets to commercially exploit them in China.
What is the NYDFS Cybersecurity Regulation? A Cybersecurity Compliance Requirement for Financial Institutions
Learn about the new NYDFS Cybersecurity Regulation and its implications for financial institutions in Data Protection 101, our series on the fundamentals of information security.
There are two imminent Certification of Compliance deadlines with the two-year transition period around NYDFS' Cybersecurity Regulation (23 NYCRR Part 500) set to end on March 1.
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