The relationship between American Medical Collection Agency and its laboratory clients affected by the company's data breach will be closely examined as breach-related lawsuits progress, says attorney Paul Hales, a HIPAA specialist, who explains why.
Website breaches are becoming a daily occurrence. Organizations, entrusted with millions of customer data points, are failing to protect consumers adequately and as a consequence, losing valuable data.
Despite the expectation that companies should be prepared for both accidents and deliberate attacks, there is a...
2018 saw a further increase in the frequency and complexity of cyberattacks being levelled at organizations and in several cases, resulted in high-profile customer data breaches. Global companies such as Facebook, Uber and Quora all fell victim to cyberattacks that left them facing huge financial costs and...
New Ensighten research shows 83% of global organizations anticipate a potential data breach - yet two-thirds are not armed for prevention against this cyber threat. The risks revealed by this research into these concerning approaches to data security vulnerabilities cannot be allowed to persist, lest they threaten...
Authentication vulnerabilities in certain GE Healthcare anesthesia devices could potentially allow remote attackers to meddle with the devices, researchers say. GE disputes some of the findings. Find out what other security experts have to say.
Researchers at the security firm Tenable uncovered a vulnerability in a Siemens software platform used to manage industrial control systems, and Siemens has issued a patch. The same platform was exploited during the Stuxnet attack a decade ago.
Video conferencing vendor Zoom has opted to make major changes to its Mac application after a security researcher found several weaknesses in it. The changes come after the researcher refused a bug bounty and instead went public after 90 days, putting pressure on Zoom.
Sensitive information, including credit card and phone numbers, was left exposed to the internet on an unsecured database belonging to Fieldwork Software, which provides cloud-based services to small businesses, researchers note in a new report.
The data protection gloves have finally come off in Europe after GDPR enforcement began last May - the U.K.'s privacy watchdog has proposed large post-breach sanctions against British Airways and Marriott. Consider the tables now turned on firms that fail to properly safeguard personal data.
Britain's privacy watchdog says it plans to fine hotel giant Marriott $125 million under GDPR for security failures tied to a 2014 breach of the guest reservation database for Starwood, which Marriott acquired in 2016. Undiscovered until 2018, the breach exposed 339 million customer records.