Welcome to our weekly roundup, where we share what you need to know about the cybersecurity news and events that happened over the past few days.
Below you’ll find a quick recap of topics followed by links to news articles and/or our blog posts providing additional insight. Be sure to check back each Friday for highlights of the goings-on each week!
A rise in cyber attacks against doctors and hospitals is costing the U.S. health-care system $6 billion a year as organized criminals increasingly go after medical records, security researchers say.
Our research has clearly shown consumers have reservations over the security and privacy of their personal data in the Internet of Things.
A little known ICS-CERT program provides free cybersecurity training for infosec professionals and gets rave reviews.
Adobe announced a settlement of a class action lawsuit that was filed against them as a result of a 2013 data breach.
A popular mobile messaging application, LINE was used as a bait to lure targets in a targeted attack which hit Taiwan’s government. LINE is an application that offers free calls and chat messages.
The majority of small businesses in a new survey said they lack cyber security insurance, even as a large majority view the issue as a huge concern.
One of the vulnerabilities recently patched by Microsoft can be exploited in the same way as Heartbleed, and needs to be addressed immediately.
Fifteen years ago this week, millions of people around the world received the same exact email from someone they knew. “Kindly check the attached LOVELETTER coming from me,” read the email.
The Department of Justice’s Cybersecurity Unit recently released a data breach response guide to help facilities better prepare for data security incidents before they occur, as well as what to do after the fact.
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