Meet FIN11, a cybercrime outfit going after pharma companies while leaning on extortion
The group joins the list of notorious financially-minded hackers.
Hackers exploit Trump's COVID-19 diagnosis to spread a different kind of virus
President Donald Trump announced he was sick on Friday. Days later, hackers are using the news as a lure to download malware.
Anthem to pay $39.5 million to states in latest settlement over 2015 hack
The company previously agreed to pay $115 million in connection with the incident.
Ohio medical center offline following another security incident in the health sector
It's the second time in a week that a cybersecurity incident has disrupted IT networks at a U.S. hospital.
US medical provider UHS blames 'security issue' for major outage
In its statement, UHS, which says it oversees 400 hospitals, did not address whether the company had suffered a ransomware attack.
German investigators treating ransomware attack as negligent homicide, reports say
If confirmed, it would be the first documented case of a death stemming from a cyberattack, analysts say.
How the government is keeping hackers from disrupting coronavirus vaccine research
Behind the scenes, DOD has been working to protect the U.S. government effort to produce a coronavirus vaccine against foreign hacking.
Weeks after malware disruption, New York hospital is getting back online
Malicious cyber activity has continued to disrupt IT systems in the health sector despite a raging global pandemic.
Someone duped Twitter verification to spread racist disinformation on US coronavirus vaccine
The tactic sounds a lot like a prior Iranian disinformation effort.
How scammers use faked news articles to promote coronavirus 'cures' that only defraud victims
It's the latest effort to separate anxious web users from their hard-earned cash.