Privacy

Read: HHS: Insiders Pose Significant Cybersecurity Threat to Healthcare

HHS: Insiders Pose Significant Cybersecurity Threat to Healthcare

The average cost for credential theft was more than $871,000 for each incident associated with an insider.

Read: Why Healthcare Facilities Should Adopt Biometrics

Why Healthcare Facilities Should Adopt Biometrics

Biometrics, which include fingerprint, face, and iris recognition, improve security, patient privacy, convenience, and more.

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: Parents Claim NC School Bus Driver Gave Students COVID Swab Tests

Parents Claim NC School Bus Driver Gave Students COVID Swab Tests

The school bus driver allegedly gave $5 to each middle school student who agreed to have their cheeks swabbed.

Read: Texas Governor Orders Gender-Affirming Care of Transgender Youth to Be Reported as ‘Child Abuse’

Texas Governor Orders Gender-Affirming Care of Transgender Youth to Be Reported as ‘Child Abuse’

The order goes against recommendations by major medical groups that say gender-affirming care of transgender minors is medically necessary and sometimes even life-saving.

Read: Data of More Than 1.3 Million Patients Exposed in Broward Health Breach

Data of More Than 1.3 Million Patients Exposed in Broward Health Breach

In the breach, patient names, Social Security numbers, medical information and other valuable information was exposed.

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: 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: 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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