Government authorities and industry groups are warning the healthcare sector of ongoing distributed denial-of-service attacks on hospitals and other medical entities by Russian nuisance hacking group KillNet, whose name comes from a tool used to launch DDoS attacks.
Tenable has debuted a $25 million corporate investment program to support prevention-focused startups focused on technologies such as cloud, OT and identity. The Baltimore-area exposure management vendor says Tenable Ventures plans to scour Israel and the United States for startups.
JD Sports, a sports fashion retailer with global operations, says personal details pertaining to about 10 million online customers of JD Sports and its Size?, Millets, Blacks, Scotts and MilletSport brands from 2018 to 2020 have been stolen by attackers and warns customers to beware of scammers.
In this episode of "Cybersecurity Unplugged," Patricia Muoio, a partner at SineWave Ventures, discusses the need for cyber resilience as security leaders face the inevitable stream of cybercrimes, how to achieve it through a zero trust approach, and how CISOs and the government can help.
Ukraine traced a cyberattack that delayed a press briefing by the nation's information protection agency Tuesday to Russian Sandworm hackers. The group, which is accused of using wiper malware to disrupt the Ukrainian national Media Center, has close ties to the Russian GRU, investigators say.
The Dutch central bank fined Coinbase 3.3 million euros, saying the U.S. cryptocurrency exchange failed to comply with the national anti-money laundering statute. Since May 2020, Dutch law has required crypto companies operating in the Netherlands to register as money transmitters.
A review of internet of things manufacturers by Copper Horse shows that European companies fared the worst in having vulnerability disclosure policies. The European Commission has proposed legislation known as the Cyber Resilience Act that would make vulnerability disclosure policies mandatory.
Payment regulations in Europe have forced retailers to implement strong authentication that's phishing-resistant and facilitates more customer understanding, says FIDO Alliance's Christina Hulka. This has spurred a push for clients to confirm what they're purchasing and how much they wish to spend.
A pro-Kremlin hacking group with a history of launching distributed denial-of-service attacks took its annoyance tactics to Germany following Berlin's announcement that it will ship Leopard 2 battle tanks to Ukraine's front lines. A German government spokesperson said the attacks had minimal effect.
In the latest weekly update, four ISMG editors discuss why it pays off to have well-practiced incident response plans, whether ChatGPT is a blessing or a curse for penetration testers and bug bounty hunters, and how Microsoft has reason to be cheerful as security sales hit $20 billion.
As ransomware continues to pummel numerous sectors, and lately especially the manufacturing industry, how does any given organization end up becoming a target or victim? Cybercrime watchers say the answer involves initial access brokers, botnets, targets of opportunity and, above all, profit.
A Montana healthcare entity has agreed to pay $4.3 million to settle a proposed class action lawsuit filed in the wake of a 2021 hacking incident affecting 214,000 individuals. The deal is the entity's second multimillion-dollar lawsuit settlement in the last four years involving a major breach.
A periodic stress test assessment of U.K. insurers by the Bank of England found underwriters mostly withstood extreme cyber events. Still, underwriters may not be operating from the same set of assumptions when it comes to the likelihood of having to manage an actual extreme cyber event.
OneSpan plans to purchase an Australian startup founded by a longtime Quest Software executive to securely store and vault documents based on blockchain technology. Melbourne, Victoria-based ProvenDB uses blockchain to deliver security that prevents data tampering and document alteration.