U.S. Government Issues Warning About Possible Iranian Cyberattacks

U.S. Government Issues Warning About Possible Iranian Cyberattacks

Christopher C. Krebs, Director of Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency issued a warning about a potential new wave of Iranian cyber-attacks targeting U.S. assets after Maj. Gen. Qassim Suleimani was killed by... Read more »
4 patients sue Alabama health system after ransomware attack

4 patients sue Alabama health system after ransomware attack

BeckerHospitalReview just posted a new wrinkle in the battle against ransomware: “Four patients filed a class action lawsuit against Tuscaloosa, Ala.-based DCH Health System, alleging privacy violations and medical care disruption after... Read more »
Phishing Remains the Most Widespread Risk

Phishing Remains the Most Widespread Risk

As organizations look to improving their defenses, it’s worth remembering that attackers usually get through those defenses by manipulating the human beings those security measures are in place to protect. A recent... Read more »
Veterans are High-Payoff Social Engineering Targets for Scammers

Veterans are High-Payoff Social Engineering Targets for Scammers

Veterans are particularly valuable targets for various types of social engineering attacks, according to Mary K. Talbot at the Providence Journal. Veterans are often respected leaders in the community, and often function... Read more »