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Cybersecurity

Read: Hacker Gets 10 Years for DDoS Attack on Children’s Hospitals

Hacker Gets 10 Years for DDoS Attack on Children’s Hospitals

Martin Gottesfeld hacked into the Boston Children’s Hospital IT system in protest of the treatment of a patient, Justina Pelletier.

Read: HHS Releases Healthcare Cybersecurity Best Practices

HHS Releases Healthcare Cybersecurity Best Practices

The voluntary guidance includes five current threats facing the healthcare industry and ten best practices for mitigating these threats.

Read: Hacked! The 21 Most Devastating Cyber Attacks of 2018

Hacked! The 21 Most Devastating Cyber Attacks of 2018

Here are some of the most serious cyber attacks from 2018, as well as ways to protect yourself and your organization.

Read: UMW Could Have Better Protected Students from Harassment, Judges Rule

UMW Could Have Better Protected Students from Harassment, Judges Rule

The student-run group Feminist United sued the university for allowing threatening, sexist comments to be made on social media.

Read: San Diego USD Hacked, 10 Years’ Worth of Data Stolen

San Diego USD Hacked, 10 Years’ Worth of Data Stolen

Officials say that a hacker gained access to the personal information of over 500,000 San Diego Unified students and staff.

Read: Don’t Try This at Home: The 25 Worst Passwords of 2018

Don’t Try This at Home: The 25 Worst Passwords of 2018

After evaluating over 5 million passwords, SplashData estimates almost 10% of people have used at least one of the 25 worst passwords on this year’s list.

Read: Hackers Steal Over $800K From Cape Cod Community College

Hackers Steal Over $800K From Cape Cod Community College

The bank has been able to get back $278,887 so far after a cyber attack was able to hack the school’s banking information.

Read: California Bans Default Passwords for All IoT Devices

California Bans Default Passwords for All IoT Devices

Using default passwords can seriously weaken the security on your devices. By banning them, the legislation aims to fend off hackers and improve cybersecurity.

Read: New Bug Leaves Surveillance Cameras Vulnerable to Hacking

New Bug Leaves Surveillance Cameras Vulnerable to Hacking

Tenable Research discovered a bug in NUUO’s network video recorder software, leaving almost 800,000 surveillance cameras feeds exposed to attackers.

Read: U.S. Defense Bill Signed Into Law Bans Dahua, Hikvision Products

U.S. Defense Bill Signed Into Law Bans Dahua, Hikvision Products

The 2019 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) contains a provision barring U.S. government agencies from purchasing Dahua and Hikvision products, including their OEMs.

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