Medical devices at SEVERE risk of hack attacks

Regulators and medical device manufacturers are expecting a wave of attacks targeting medical devices, and the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is worried.This expected frenzy of attacks on the healthcare sector is nothing new, with outdated security infrastructure and copious amounts of personal information it is the perfect target for hackers. Read about the latest […]

CEO Shares Insights on Preventing Data Loss, Handling Data Breaches

A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about Datacastle CEO Ron Faith, who spoke about the critical nature of properly conducting exit interviews to help prevent sensitive data from walking out the door with an employee who leaves the company. Read Ron Faith of Datacastle explain how companies can prevent data loss and avoid data breach […]

Who is to blame within an organisation when a data breach occurs?

Read Chloe Green ask a valid question about who is the blame within an organisation when a data breach occurs on Information Age : Nearly half of IT and IT security professionals across global businesses and government agencies have suffered a security breach in the last 24 months. Headline grabbing hacks such as Talk Talk and Sony […]

Hacked Opinions: The legalities of hacking – Justin Harvey

Justin Harvey, from Fidelis Cybersecurity, talks about hacking regulation and legislation with CSO in a series of topical discussions with industry leaders and experts. This set of discussions focused on disclosure and how pending regulation could impact it. Now, this second set of discussions will examine security research, security legislation, and the difficult decision of […]