Cybersecurity

More cyberattacks are imminent, but hospitals are fighting with their hands tied

There is a significant gap between threats organizations face and their readiness to address those in a timely or effective manner.Whatever may come, it appears that hackers are just getting started. And the real problem is that many healthcare organizations are not ready. New and evolving threats combined with persistent resource challenges, in fact, limit

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PetyaGoldenEye Cyber-Attack Drives New Focus on Cyber Resilience

Posted by Thomas Reagan June 29, 2017 PetyaGoldenEye, the latest global ransomware cyber-attack, has hit major government agencies and operations in the Ukraine and Russia and netted companies in many industries worldwide. In many cases, the attack shut down operations for hours and even days, causing significant business interruption and disruption. Affected organizations should also

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4 ways to protect information in a data-driven healthcare system

Health care is a data-intensive industry. Technological advances have allowed healthcare organizations to use real-time data visualizations to improve their reporting capabilities and response times. Considering that 2.5 quintillion bytes of data are produced every day, the issue clearly isnt going away. In this guest post, Wendy Schott, CMO of a data stream network delivering

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Ransomware Smackdown: NotPetya Not as Bad as WannaCry

Microsoft says the outbreak of NotPetya – aka SortaPetya, Petna, ExPetr, GoldenEye, Nyetya and Diskcoder.C – that began June 27 resulted in “a less widespread attack” than WannaCry, aka WannaCrypt. That was despite NotPetya being even more sophisticated than WannaCry – by many security experts’ reckoning – as well as NotPetya targeting the same EternalBlue

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