This edition of the ISMG Security Report features an analysis of CISA's finding that agencies could have prevented follow-on attacks after the SolarWinds supply chain attack by properly configuring firewalls. Also featured: Congressman discusses deterring nation-state attacks; insider threat mitigation tips.
When medical device makers provide a software bill of materials for components contained in their products, it's critical to make that voluminous security information actionable for healthcare customers, says Rob Suárez, CISO at medical device maker Becton Dickinson and Co.
The global law enforcement "Anom" honeypot operation racked up impressive statistics for the number of criminals tricked into using the encrypted communications service. Psychology was at play: Officials say users flocked to the service after they disrupted rivals EncroChat and Sky Global.
For most organizations, the rationale for employing data security solutions is crisis mitigation associated with potential data breaches - driven by compliance regulations, possible fines and reputation loss. There is, however, another compelling rationale for strong data security program that a growing number of...
Bitcoin has enabled fast payments to cybercriminals pushing ransomware. How to deal with bitcoin is the subject of a spirited debate, with some arguing to restrict it. But bitcoin doesn't always favor cybercriminals, and it may actually be more of an ally than a foe by revealing webs of criminality.
With the RSA Conference virtual this year, ISMG replaced its two live on-site studios with a suite of home studios and produced a diverse group of interviews on timely topics with thought leaders who will be solving cybersecurity's most urgent problems.
A half-dozen security vulnerabilities recently identified in older versions of the Zoll Defibrillator Dashboard could allow an attacker to take remote control of device management, including executing arbitrary commands, as well as gain access to sensitive information and credentials, CISA warns.
Zero Trust, Firmware in the Supply Chain, and the Demand for Device Integrity
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The prolific Avaddon ransomware-as-a-service operation has announced its closure and released 2,934 decryption keys for free. Has the increased focus by Western governments on combating ransomware been driving this and other operations to exit the fray?
Criminals tricked into using an FBI-run encrypted messaging app, Verizon's 2021 Breach Investigations Report and overcoming the challenges of recruiting cybersecurity professionals are among the latest cybersecurity topics to be featured for analysis by a panel of Information Security Media Group editors.
President Biden's recent executive order for bolstering cybersecurity of the federal government contains provisions for enhancing supply chain security that are similar to proposals by the Food and Drug Administration to improve medical device security. But how are the FDA's healthcare-related provisions doing?
Ransomware attacks have evolved over the years as attackers have come out with new strategies for digital extortion, says Chris Novak, global director of the Threat Research Advisory Center at Verizon Business Group. He shares insight from the Verizon 2021 Data Breach Investigations Report.
Symphony Technology Group's acquisition of FireEye Products Business in a $1.2 billion deal will set up the private equity group to better compete with security giants such as Microsoft and Cisco, while unlocking profit potential for FireEye and the now stand-alone Mandiant Solutions, analysts say.
Internet of things security professionals are expressing concern over Amazon's new Sidewalk - a low-bandwidth network program that will allow some of the company's connected and IoT devices to share Wi-Fi access even outside an owner's home.