Garmin mobile app down amid possible ransomware attack
Garmin’s mobile application and services were experiencing outages amid reports that the smartwatch and wearables company was suffering from a ransomware attack.
CISA turns to security experts with street cred to protect health sector
Josh Corman, who has long evangelized for medical-device security, will help expand the agency’s attempts to secure networks during the pandemic.
Fixing supply chain vulnerabilities should be a team effort
Over time, the hope is that we can start building connected devices with a security-first approach.
US accuses two Chinese hackers of global hacking campaign, targeting coronavirus vaccine research
The charges from the Department of Justice come amid mounting pressure for governments around the world to mitigate COVID-19.
Russian government hackers targeting coronavirus vaccine research, UK, US and Canada warn
Russian government hackers have been targeting coronavirus vaccine research, U.K., U.S., and Canadian government officials said.
In Brazil, scammers see the coronavirus as a serious money-making opportunity
IBM has uncovered nearly 700 malicious websites related to COVID-19 in Brazil in recent months.
Hackers are still running coronavirus-related campaigns, CrowdStrike warns
Hackers working for China, Russia, Iran, North Korea, Pakistan, and India, as well as hacktivists and criminals, are still using COVID-19 themed lures.
US cyber officials try to channel Liam Neeson in responding to coronavirus threats
'Project Taken' tries to protect U.S critical infrastructure in the COVID-19 era.
Philadelphia-area health system says it 'isolated' a malware attack
Attackers behind the NetWalker ransomware claimed responsibility.
Michigan man accused in 2014 hack of medical center, sale of data on 65,000 people
Justin Sean Johnson allegedly hacked the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Pennsylvania’s largest health care system.