Can a CT scan be hacked? New research pushes doctors to patch their imaging devices
A new paper details how researchers found that medical imaging devices are particularly vulnerable to threats that can ultimately result in harm to patients.
Experts ask: Why does the VEP cut out health care agencies?
"I totally get that you have to draw the line somewhere...they are drawing it in the wrong place."
CareFirst customers granted right to sue over 2014 cyberattack
The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals reversed a district court's decision to dismiss a class action suit on Tuesday.
Only half of U.S. firms have cyber insurance, fewer than in U.K., Canada
About half of U.S. businesses say they don't have cyber risk insurance, compared to fewer than a third in the U.K., and the healthcare sector is lagging the worst, according to a recent survey.
HHS working on cyber guidelines for health industry
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, taking a cue from Congress, has begun developing principles and best practices for cybersecurity in health care, officials said Tuesday.
Abundance of stolen healthcare records on dark web is causing a price collapse
An abundance of leaked patient records stolen and posted for sale to the dark web in recent months by hackers has caused prices to drop, according to new research provided to CyberScoop and conducted by the Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology and cybersecurity firms Flashpoint and Intel Security.