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A programmer writes code and works on computer in Putal, Slovenia. (Photo by Matic Zorman/Getty Images)
Karen HoffmanSeptember 23, 2022
While ransomware threats are often repackaged versions of older variants, organizations should not let their guard down, experts say.
Jessica DavisSeptember 23, 2022
A new HHS alert sheds light on past and current spear-phishing and supply chain attacks against healthcare and pharma sectors by the Chinese state-backed threat group.
Derek B. JohnsonSeptember 22, 2022
A nonprofit group is expanding a federally funded program that recruits K-12 students to pursue cybersecurity degrees at Historically Black Colleges and Universities.
Jessica DavisSeptember 22, 2022
NIH says it relies on grantees to protect health information, intellectual property, but OIG says data could be at risk without program controls.
Steve ZurierSeptember 22, 2022
Researchers with Cisco Talos say the cybercrime underground has become a hot spot for insider threat recruitment because of the low barrier of entry.
Medtronic MiniMed insulin pumps are vulnerable to a highly specific attack scenario that would interfere with the flow of insulin.
Karen HoffmanSeptember 22, 2022
In addition to being more widespread, individual ransomware attacks themselves are arguably becoming more effective and doing more damage.