All hands on deck: Infosec volunteers to protect medical organizations during COVID-19 crisis
By day, they are cybersecurity professionals at well-known companies. By night, they are working to protect health organizations from hackers.
HHS saw increase in network scanning in midst of COVID-19 outreach
HHS saw an uptick in scanning, and U.S. officials are investigating.
Czech Republic's second-biggest hospital is hit by cyberattack
The Brno University Hospital has been conducting regular tests for the novel coronavirus, according to media reports.
Bogus HIV test results are the latest lures used by cybercrooks
That stream of health-related phishing means at least some of it is working.
Hackers seize on coronavirus fears for fodder in spearphishing, misinformation schemes
Hackers frequently take advantage of crises and current events to tailor their messages better.
FDA warns patients about Bluetooth flaws affecting pacemakers, glucose monitors
It is the latest in a series of FDA advisories to inform patients of potential cybersecurity and safety risks.
Walgreens app exposes customer prescription data
An “error” in the Walgreens app left some customer data exposed for several days in January.
A psychiatrist fights the cyber industry’s mental health stigma — and appeals for help
Mental health is "even more stigmatized" in cybersecurity than in some other industries, says psychiatrist Ryan Louie.
Big health care analytics firm infected with ransomware
NRC Health's CIO told CyberScoop the company had “considered all options" to get its systems back online.
Class action lawsuit filed against two Puerto Rican hospitals for alleged ransomware attacks
The suit claims the hospitals had a 'wanton disregard' for security.