Cybersecurity

Read: The Convergence of Physical and Cyber Security in Healthcare: How to Minimize Threats

The Convergence of Physical and Cyber Security in Healthcare: How to Minimize Threats

Leaving an access control badge or an unlocked computer on an unattended desk both pose significant threats to a healthcare facility’s security and overall health.

Read: Missouri Governor Wants to Prosecute Journalist Who Found School Employee Database Vulnerability

Missouri Governor Wants to Prosecute Journalist Who Found School Employee Database Vulnerability

Cybersecurity legal experts say the potential prosecution is misguided and could have a chilling effect on others who discover cyber vulnerabilities.

Read: Hacker Used Malware to Delete 69,000 Patient Files at San Juan Regional

Hacker Used Malware to Delete 69,000 Patient Files at San Juan Regional

The hacker deleted files that included Social Security numbers, driver’s license numbers, and financial account numbers, among other data.

Read: Are Campuses Really Ready to Embrace the Cloud, AI and Cybersecurity?

Are Campuses Really Ready to Embrace the Cloud, AI and Cybersecurity?

Dean Drako of Eagle Eye Networks talks about the applicability of the cloud and artificial intelligence on campus, as well as the need for strong cybersecurity practices.

Read: Lawsuit: Baby Died Due to Ransomware Attack at Alabama Hospital

Lawsuit: Baby Died Due to Ransomware Attack at Alabama Hospital

The baby’s mother says the hospital didn’t disclose computers were down and her daughter consequently received diminished care.

Read: Trend Alert: Cybercriminals Now Threatening to Delete Data of Victims

Trend Alert: Cybercriminals Now Threatening to Delete Data of Victims

Ransomware gangs are now threating victims that they’ll “burn your data if you get a negotiator.”

Read: Why Campuses Want Mobile Credentials

Why Campuses Want Mobile Credentials

Mobile credentials help campuses break down silos, improve access control system efficiencies, reduce costs and more.

Read: Missouri Hospital Is the Latest Victim of Ransomware

Missouri Hospital Is the Latest Victim of Ransomware

The ransomware attackers posted private patient information online, including Social Security numbers and medical information.

Read: Want to Speak at the 2022 Campus Safety Conferences? Submit Your Presentations Now!

Want to Speak at the 2022 Campus Safety Conferences? Submit Your Presentations Now!

The 2022 Campus Safety Conferences will be held in June, July and November at three different locations across the country.

Read: 3 Truths Leaders Must Grasp to Foster a Campus-Wide Culture of Cybersecurity

3 Truths Leaders Must Grasp to Foster a Campus-Wide Culture of Cybersecurity

The only way to start gaining ground in the cyber war is to instill a culture of security at every level.

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