A rise in remote employees and an increased reliance on SaaS applications create new, wider gaps in security. It’s more challenging to protect users at the edge. In this preview of an upcoming webinar, Cisco's Mike Storm discusses how to increase security and reduce complexity.
Location data, browser history, IP addresses, and appointment scheduling are among the sensitive data putting individuals' privacy at risk in the wake of the decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, says Alexandra Reeve Givens of the Center for Democracy and Technology.
Federal regulators issued health privacy guidance for medical providers and patients and promised to make privacy violations a top HIPAA enforcement priority in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade, the five-decade precedent that guaranteed nationwide access to abortion.
Italy joined France and Austria in warning domestic companies to shy away from Google Analytics. The decision by the Italian data protection authority highlights ongoing legal uncertainty concerning trans-Atlantic transfers of commercial data.
Four ISMG editors discuss important cybersecurity issues, including how Canada's Desjardins Group settled a data breach lawsuit for $155 million, how Facebook is being sued after allegedly violating patient privacy, and highlights from ISMG's Northeast Summit held in New York this week.
A malware incident involving exfiltration of data has affected more than 1.24 million patients of Texas-based Baptist Medical Center and Resolute Health Hospital. It adds to a growing list of major health data breaches reported to regulators in recent weeks as affecting millions of individuals.
How will privacy and compliance requirements and the approach to them change as the world moves towards the metaverse? Virag Thakkar, information security officer, APAC, at Allianz Partners shares his views and discusses how security and privacy requirements have evolved.
In the latest "Proof of Concept," Lisa Sotto of Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP and former CISO David Pollino of PNC Bank join ISMG editors to discuss the many new privacy laws in the U.S., current ransomware and scam trends, and handling the potential corporate risk of sharing information on social media.
A proposed federal class action lawsuit alleges that Facebook is unlawfully collecting "millions" of individuals' information from the websites and patient portals of "hundreds" of medical providers without the knowledge and consent of patients.
Canada's Desjardins Group has reached an out-of-court settlement to resolve a data breach class action lawsuit. The breach, which the credit union group first disclosed in 2019, traced to a "malicious" insider who for 26 months had been selling personal details for 4.2 million active customers.
Worries among Democratic lawmakers that the U.S. Supreme Court will overturn a key abortion ruling have led Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., to introduce legislation that would ban data brokers from selling or transferring sensitive health and location data.
A bipartisan U.S. proposal for a national privacy law also imposes new cybersecurity regulatory mandates onto the private sector. The inclusion of a data security section in draft privacy legislation shows the Washington consensus for voluntary industry measures is wearing thin.
In the latest weekly update, Jeremy Grant, coordinator of the Better Identity Coalition, joins three editors at ISMG to discuss important cybersecurity issues, including where we are with passwordless, if we are getting closer to a U.S. federal privacy law, and next-gen authentication technologies.
An Arizona medical center that suffered a ransomware attack in April has begun notifying 700,000 individuals of a data breach compromising sensitive medical and personal information. The incident is among the latest major health data breaches involving ransomware.
Since joining Forescout 15 months ago as CEO, Wael Mohamed has aggressively pursued acquisitions, scooping up CyberMDX in February to safeguard internet of medical things devices and Cysiv in June to help OT and IoT customers analyze, detect and respond to threats using cloud-native data analytics.