Monthly Archives: January 2021
Experts disagree that election security efforts detracted from supply chain security. But there are still lessons to be learned.
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Contributing $5.4 trillion to the U.S. economy, the maritime transportation system will adhere to guidelines for threat information sharing, creating a cybersecurity workforce, and establishing a risk framework for operational technology.
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The ever-widening cyber skills gap necessitates the closing of the gender pay gap, say experts. A few new initiatives attempt to do that.
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In the two months following a highly publicized series of ransomware attacks against UHS last year, cyber attacks of all stripes against healthcare facilities worldwide shot up 45%.
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A new remote access trojan (RAT) lures cryptocurrency users to download trojanized apps by promoting the apps in dedicated online forums and on social media.
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The Chinese espionage group APT27 has moved into more financially-motivated cybercrimes, using ransomware to encrypt core servers at major gaming companies worldwide.
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The SolarWinds hack endangers not just organizations’ on-premises systems but also their cloud-based infrastructure.
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T-Mobile reported a breach that compromised customer data – the company’s fourth in three years – raises questions about whether the mobile carrier’s massive merger with Sprint left the combined company more vulnerable. Indeed, when companies merge, particularly sizable ones, the integration of technology systems and networks can often introduce new security considerations. “The volume…
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Stockholders who purchased company shares in 2020 are suing the IT management software company for materially misleading investors about their security practices.
The post SolarWinds, top executives hit with class action lawsuit over Orion software breach appeared first on SC Media.