Hackers

Read: Researcher Finds Hacking Vulnerabilities in Hospital’s Drug Pumps

Researcher Finds Hacking Vulnerabilities in Hospital’s Drug Pumps

Security Researcher Bill Rios says he’s found major weaknesses in the company Hospira’s drug pumps that could be exploited by hackers and endanger patients.

Read: State Worker Charged with Hacking College-Age Women

State Worker Charged with Hacking College-Age Women

Michael C. Ford is being accused of hacking into women’s computers and threatening to expose compromising photos of them if they didn’t comply with his demands.

Read: Penn State College of Engineering Victim of Cyberattacks

Penn State College of Engineering Victim of Cyberattacks

All Penn State College of Engineering students, faculty and staff will have to change their passwords after two major cyberattacks.

Read: Cybersecurity Company Says Healthcare Sector a Growing Target

Cybersecurity Company Says Healthcare Sector a Growing Target

Symantec Corp. reported a shift of focus by computer hackers to the healthcare industry this week.

Read: School District’s Computer Network Held for Ransom by Hacker

School District’s Computer Network Held for Ransom by Hacker

A school district in New Jersey is dealing with malware that was put into their computer network by hackers demanding 500 bitcoins.

Islamic Extremists Hack School Website

An Islamic extremist group hacked the websites of a primary school and a church in England, replacing the homepages with anti-U.S. and Israel messaging.

Read: Study Reveals Security Holes in Hospital Equipment

Study Reveals Security Holes in Hospital Equipment

Two-year study revealed how easy it is for individuals to hack medical equipment at hospitals.

N.Y. Student Accused of Hacking Into District Computer, Posting Private Information

Security Experts: New Bug Threatens Hospital Systems

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