One threat actor in January 2021 offered real-time data for casino gaming, lottery and stocks on a popular forum used by Chinese cybercriminals. The data allegedly originated from big data sources of the two most popular mobile network operators in China.
Another threat actor in February 2021 offered website and application crawler data collection services on a Chinese-language cybercrime marketplace. The threat actor claimed access to insider channels of Chinese mobile operators for data collection purposes.
In early March, a threat actor on a marketplace offered 10,000 user records tied to a parenting application. The offering was described as big data from an undisclosed mobile operator or operators.
In late March, yet another threat actor offered big data that included commercial databases of Canadian and U.S. businesses and investors, a hacked Twitter database, and information on Canadian and U.S. citizens.
Ponemon Institute research reaffirms that cyberattacks have a direct impact on patient safety risks and mortality, which was exacerbated by COVID-19 and ongoing risk management with third-party vendors.
The CIO of Artesia General Hospital in rural Southeast New Mexico shares the ongoing staffing and resource challenges he faces on a daily basis, and how his IT team tackles risk and workforce training.
A range of flaws found in certain Philips patient monitoring devices could allow an attacker with access to the medical device network or physical access to the platform, leading to data exposure or other security risks.