Researchers warn of critical vulnerability in GE anesthesia machines
The research points to a broader problem of insecure firmware used in medical devices, according to CyberMDX.
Newly reported flaws in cameras, locks add to scrutiny of smart-home security
Patches are available for both vulnerabilities, and hackers would need physical access in both cases to carry out an attack.
Popular genetic-mapping software potentially exposed patients' data
Analysts at Sandia National Laboratories discovered the flaw in the Burrows-Wheeler Aligner. A patch has been issued for the software.
After remote-code test, DHS sounds the alarm on BlueKeep
Microsoft and the NSA already have sounded the alarm. DHS said it was able to use BlueKeep to execute remote code on a computer running Microsoft Windows 2000.
Medical infusion-pump system has two serious bugs, researchers say
The Alaris Gateway Workstation can be "bricked" by one attack, and another would allow hackers to reconfigure it or monitor what it does, researchers with CyberMDX say.
How to demonstrate trust in cybersecurity practices with organization leaders
A new report advises CISOs to measure their security investments and identify critical weaknesses by conducting continuous penetration testing.