AI is being used "by everyone" these days, including by malicious nation-state actors, and that is raising the level of threats and risks facing hospitals and other healthcare entities, said John Riggi, national adviser for cybersecurity and risk at the American Hospital Association.
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The Google Cloud Threat Horizons Report shares strategic security intelligence and updates for cloud enterprise users, with the latest research and recommendations from Google intelligence and security teams. In this...
AI weaponization, zero days, 'we the people' attacks - these are among the threats projected for 2024 in Fortinet's FortiGuard Labs’ 2024 Threat Predictions. Derek Manky shares insight and analysis on what to expect to defend against in the New Year.
Threat actors are exploiting another zero-day flaw in Cisco's IOS XE software to implant a malicious backdoor. The IOS XE operating system runs on a wide range of Cisco networking devices, including routers, switches, wireless controllers, access points and more.
The biggest challenges in threat detection and response today are the inability to cover the entire attack surface and a lack of insight into who is attacking and why. To address these issues, Cisco introduced Breach Protection, a suite of products that combines email, endpoint and XDR protection.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) has come roaring to the forefront of today’s technology landscape. It has revolutionized industries and will modernize careers, bringing numerous benefits and advancements to our daily lives. However, it is crucial to recognize that AI also introduces unseen impacts that must be...
The violent surprise attack on Israel by Hamas and the region's escalating war spotlights the critical importance of situational awareness, and especially for healthcare organizations that rely on medical or tech products from Israeli technology firms, said Denise Anderson, president of the H-ISAC.
What kinds of training do security professionals need? The biggest skills gaps are soft skills - 55%, cloud computing - 47%, security controls - 35%, coding skills and software development - both at 30%, says ISACA's State of Cybersecurity 2023 survey of more than 2,000 security leaders globally.
Apple released patches Thursday to close three actively exploited vulnerabilities that researchers say commercial spyware maker Cytrox used to infect the iPhone of Egyptian politician Ahmed Eltantawy with Predator malware. The Citizen Lab attributes the attacks to the Egyptian government.
SentinelOne observed suspected cyberespionage actors of unknown origin using modular backdoors and highly stealthy tactics in August to target telecommunication companies in the Middle East, Western Europe and South Asia. The group, tracked as Sandman, is using the novel backdoor LuaJIT.
Executives and board members always want the answer to be “yes,” but CISOs know it’s irresponsible to make such a blanket statement. An adversary could be any potential threat — whether external or internal, intentional or unintentional. So, the question CISOs should be answering is: “Are we...
Federal authorities are warning of "significant risk" for potential attacks on healthcare and public health sector entities by the North Korean state-sponsored Lazarus Group involving exploitation of a critical vulnerability in 24 Zoho ManageEngine products.
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In Elastic Security Labs' inaugural threat report, explore threat phenomena and trends, gleaning recommendations to help you prepare for the future of cybersecurity. Learn about the latest malware research, attack patterns, and clusters of malicious activity from a team of seasoned threat researchers working with a...
Authorities are warning of threats posed by Akira, a ransomware group that surfaced in March and has been linked to dozens of attacks on small and midsized entities. The group is targeting many industries, including healthcare, and seems to favor entities that lack MFA on VPNs.