Health sector mobilizes defenses following Ryuk ransomware warning
Threat briefings are being held for hospital executives, federal officials are appealing for more data and hospitals are hardening their computer networks.
Why the extortion of Vastaamo matters far beyond Finland — and how cyber pros are responding
At issue are the obligations of health care organizations to defend their data, and victims’ ability to hold them accountable for failing to do so.
European ransomware group strikes US hospital networks, analysts warn
“UNC1878 is one of most brazen, heartless and disruptive threat actors I’ve observed over my career,” Mandiant's Charles Carmakal said.
Why, and how, Turla spies keep returning to European government networks
Despite a large body of public data on Turla techniques, the suspected Russian hackers keep breaching networks.
CISA chief rips IG report, touts election security efforts
CISA and state election organizations questioned the timing of the report, along with the impression it left readers.
As COVID-19 travel restrictions eased, scammers pounced
You can add travel-booking scams to the ways that cybercriminals have adapted to the pandemic-era economy.