A new survey by CyberRisk Alliance finds that the manufacturing and healthcare sectors are the most vulnerable industries, with progress in efforts to secure systems and networks for most critical infrastructure sectors alarmingly slow moving.
An audit this month from the Government Accountability Office found that while the agency has built up a variety of programs and resources to support the sector’s cybersecurity needs, it has little insight into whether they’re actually having an impact.
Agreements like the Paris Call for Trust and Security in Cyberspace explicitly envision states working side by side with their domestic industries to develop resilience and uphold norms. But international and cybersecurity experts have lingering questions around how much influence large tech companies should have over matters of international security.
A new report says cultural and technical divides are hindering industrial organizations from developing a fully mature security program – a problem that limits visibility throughout the organization and underscores the need for a unified IT/OT security strategy.
During InfoSec World, cyber evangelist Saif Abed, M.D., spotlights the need for digital innovation in healthcare in partnership with security maturity. When neglected, healthcare providers are putting patient safety and care quality at risk.
Securing critical infrastructure, bolstering the federal cyber workforce and building guardrails around government AI programs were part of a bevy of cybersecurity bills that passed the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee this week.
Wellframe CTO Mohammad Jouni discusses the current state of telehealth privacy and security amid a rise in use during the pandemic, addressing the need for a telehealth standard to address vulnerabilities.
The National Counterintelligence Security Center said it would prioritize industry outreach efforts for a handful of technologies that “may determine whether America remains the world’s leading superpower or is eclipsed by strategic competitors in the next few years” – and therefore demand protection from malicious hackers, foreign governments and other threats.