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.
Telehealth has been essential to keeping people healthy and safe during the pandemic, and it has great potential to increase healthcare access for older adults in the future. However, it can also be stressful for those with an aversion to the idea of using technology to speak with their doctor.
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Healthcare went through five years of transformation over the course of 2020. How does this new telehealth focus most change how healthcare security leaders must view cybersecurity? Hank Schless of Lookout weighs in on remote services, connected devices and the cloud.
A year ago, Chris Pierson and BlackCloak studied executives at top global pharma companies to learn the extent of password-based vulnerabilities. The findings weren't reassuring. Pierson revisited the study this year with a select few entities to see if the needle has moved in a more secure direction.
Large enterprises generally have a good grasp on gathering and operationalizing threat intelligence. But when it comes to the midmarket, there are unique challenges. Neal Dennis of Cyware Labs tells how to overcome these obstacles and achieve value from a threat intel platform.
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A recently launched vulnerability disclosure program is a critical component of Toronto-based LifeLabs' efforts to bolster the security of its medical diagnostic laboratory services and online technologies used by healthcare providers across Canada, says the company's CISO, Mike Melo.
San Diego-based Scripps Health, which operates four area hospitals, has been forced to postpone some patient care - and reportedly divert some patients seeking emergency treatment - as a result of what local news outlets say is a ransomware attack.
Please join MK Palmore for a keynote discussion that will draw from his experiences and perspective, offering thoughts on challenges and opportunities in securing today’s digital healthcare organizations.
A series of cyber incidents targeting a Swedish vendor of oncology radiation systems earlier this month is still affecting some of the company's clients - including cancer treatment facilities in the U.S. - because the company has taken its cloud-based systems offline during its recovery effort.
The telemedicine landscape continues to flourish – but so does medical fraud. Dean Nicolls discusses the most prevalent forms of fraud and how identity verification can help ensure all populations are both included and secured.
Nicolls says there are many fraud schemes flourishing, but one still stands out. “The...
Given the surge in the use of telehealth during the COVID-19 pandemic - and expectations for continued growth - the Healthcare and Public Health Sector Coordinating Council has unveiled guidance on safeguarding patient data during remote care encounters.
A recent cyberattack on a Washington-based health plan, which the company believes was carried out by a foreign cybercrime group, is the latest in a series of hacking incidents targeting health insurers.
Good news in the fight to prevent COVID-19 infections: Researchers report that a digital contact-tracing app rolled out in England and Wales that's designed to keep users' data private and secure is helping to blunt the spread of the pandemic. They urge continuing global uptake of such apps.
Within the last few years, digital transformation and Cloud services have increased the
complexity of IT infrastructure, making you reliant on multiple third
parties to keep your data safe. The threat landscape has also increased in breadth and depth with more
attacks, more kinds of attacks and more targeted...