Looking down on Playas del Coco, Guanacaste, Costa Rica at night. The computer networks of dozens of Costa Rican ministries were infected with ransomware and a national emergency was declared in May by incoming President Rodrigo Chaves Robles shortly after he was sworn in. (Photo Credit: Fertnig via Getty)
According to Moody’s, a bond credit ratings business that now regularly tracks the economic fallout from cyberattacks, the news headlines and surface damage done to Costa Rican IT infrastructure has overshadowed a more complex picture.
Mitre’s Center for Threat Informed Defense is now offering a free Chrome browser extension, allowing for instantaneous searching of the ATT&CK framework knowledge base as simply as right-clicking on a term.
Strict new cybersecurity regulations for pipeline owners and operators issued after the Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack will "transition to a performance-based model that will enhance security and provide the flexibility."
An overwhelming consensus in healthcare lauds the PATCH Act and the forthcoming updates to the FDA medical device cybersecurity guide to secure new devices. But there’s still no solution for legacy tech in healthcare.