Hackers

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.

Read: Pro-Russia Hackers Targeted More than 400 U.S. Hospitals in 2020

Pro-Russia Hackers Targeted More than 400 U.S. Hospitals in 2020

The Russian-affiliated hacker plot was discussed by the gang in an online chatroom but was disrupted by U.S. authorities.

Read: 820,000 New York Public School Students’ Data Compromised

820,000 New York Public School Students’ Data Compromised

NYC school officials want their software provider investigated for allegedly misleading them about its data security protocols.

Read: Why Most End-User Threat Intelligence Isn’t Helpful

Why Most End-User Threat Intelligence Isn’t Helpful

Here’s how to make your organization’s cybersecurity threat intelligence strategies more effective.

Read: Russian SolarWinds Hackers Targeting IT Service Providers and Their Customers

Russian SolarWinds Hackers Targeting IT Service Providers and Their Customers

According to Microsoft, the same Russian group of hackers responsible for the SolarWinds attacks is also targeting IT service providers and their customers’ networks.

Read: More Than 4 Out of 5 Ransomware Victims Pay Their Hackers

More Than 4 Out of 5 Ransomware Victims Pay Their Hackers

A survey has found that 83% of ransomware victims give into their attackers’ demands, and nearly two out of three organizations were victims in the past year.

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 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: Pandemic Pushes Rise of School Cyber Attacks, Projected to Keep Climbing

Pandemic Pushes Rise of School Cyber Attacks, Projected to Keep Climbing

Virtual learning coupled with poor cyber defenses contributes to schools’ vulnerability to ransomware.

Read: Improving Campus Cybersecurity with Segmentation

Improving Campus Cybersecurity with Segmentation

Deep partitioning to better isolate public and private network access is emerging as a viable cybersecurity strategy. Here’s how segmentation can help your campus.

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