Hackers disrupt networks at San Diego medical provider, Kansas organ transplant facilitator
The two breaches underscore how, more than a year into a pandemic, cybercriminals are still interfering with computer networks in the medical sector.
Researchers find two dozen bugs in software used in medical and industrial devices
It's a critique of the coding practices of the designers of billions of so-called IoT devices.
How alleged Iranian hackers are posing as an Israeli scientist to spy on US medical professionals
Hacking is still central to the high-stakes spying game between Iran, Israel and the U.S.
State prosecutors push Facebook, Twitter to do more to slow virus misinformation
Their piece by piece approach isn't enough, the attorneys general said.
COVID-19 vaccine scammers are still lurking
In some attacks, the hackers attempted to steal credentials from employees at Walgreens.
Scammers exploit COVID-19 vaccine confusion for fraud efforts
Amid a rush to receive COVID-19 vaccines, spearphishing and shady domain registrations are on the uptick.
Ryuk ransomware develops worm-like capabilities, France warns
The latest Ryuk disclosure is not welcome news for hospitals already struggling to fend off ransomware.
Universal Health Services reports $67 million in losses after apparent ransomware attack
Cybercrime has been costly to the health sector during the pandemic.
House Dems pressure tech giants over spread of COVID-19 vaccine misinformation
The lawmakers have questions about what they're trying to do to fight it, and more.
Social engineering gains momentum with cyber criminals
Public healthcare organizations are increasingly targeted by cyberattacks, prompting security strategies that focus more on people.