Hackers

Read: UPDATE: UnitedHealth Says It’s Recovering from Ransomware Attack on Change Healthcare

UPDATE: UnitedHealth Says It’s Recovering from Ransomware Attack on Change Healthcare

One cybersecurity expert estimates some healthcare providers are losing $100 million per day because of the Change Healthcare ransomware attack.

Read: Hackers Post Gory Videos on UC Irvine Discord Groups

Hackers Post Gory Videos on UC Irvine Discord Groups

Approximately 3,000 UC Irvine users saw the images before the hackers were blocked by student managers of the Discord group.

Read: Hackers Threaten Cancer Center Patients in Washington Following Data Breach

Hackers Threaten Cancer Center Patients in Washington Following Data Breach

The threatening emails said 800,000 patients had their names, Social Security numbers, addresses, phone numbers, medical histories, lab results, and insurance histories stolen.

Read: How to Improve Mobile Device Security on Campus

How to Improve Mobile Device Security on Campus

Hackers targeting mobile devices present a major security challenge to schools and healthcare facilities, as well as law enforcement.

Read: Nearly All Organizations Experienced a Cyberattack in 2022

Nearly All Organizations Experienced a Cyberattack in 2022

Despite most organizations being attacked at least once last year, 93% aren’t keeping up with their cybersecurity essentials.

Read: 4 Strategies for Managing the Lifecyle of Your Security Devices

4 Strategies for Managing the Lifecyle of Your Security Devices

These lifecycle management tips will ensure your cameras and other security devices will work when you need them.

Read: Banner Health Pays $1.25 Million for 2016 Data Breach, HIPAA Violations

Banner Health Pays $1.25 Million for 2016 Data Breach, HIPAA Violations

Banner Health’s 2016 breach disclosed the protected health information of 2.81 million consumers.

Read: Ransomware Gang Apologizes to Canadian Hospital That Treats Children

Ransomware Gang Apologizes to Canadian Hospital That Treats Children

LockBit has apologized to SickKids for targeting it with ransomware, releasing a free decryptor to the hospital.

Read: Hackers Leak LAUSD Data After Refusal to Pay Ransomware

Hackers Leak LAUSD Data After Refusal to Pay Ransomware

LAUSD Superintendent Alberto Carvalho said he doesn’t think employee data was leaked but that he is “less certain” about student data.

Read: Feds Disrupt North Korean Hackers Who Targeted U.S. Hospitals

Feds Disrupt North Korean Hackers Who Targeted U.S. Hospitals

The FBI and DOJ recovered $500,000 in ransom payments and cryptocurrency paid to North Korean hackers by two healthcare organizations.

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