State-linked hacking continues amid race for coronavirus treatments, US and UK agencies warn
With a vaccine still many months away, organizations doing coronavirus research will continue to find themselves in the crosshairs of spies.
Coronavirus scientists are big targets for foreign cyber-espionage, FBI says
Foreign governments are targeting cyber-espionage operations against U.S. research entities working on the novel coronavirus.
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.
Seizure-triggering attack is stark example of how social media can be weaponized
An attack focused on people following the Epilepsy Foundation's Twitter account shows that even normal use of a social media platform can be used for harm.
LabCorp attack highlights persistent ransomware threat to health sector
Ransomware has hit the vast medical-testing and blood diagnostics company LabCorp, the latest health care organization to be targeted by the hostage-taking malware.
Lawmakers want to know how to mitigate cyber risk in medical devices
Replace the device? Patch the software? Lawmakers want to know how to protect legacy medical equipment from cyberthreats.