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A look inside the fraught world of hospital cybersecurity – Business Insider

Rick Bowmer/AP Images Hospitals are appealing targets for hackers because they are data-rich and typically have less cybersecurity prevention technology in place, compared to other industries. A hospital breach in May shut down 16 hospitals in the UK , and security information specialists are saying that it’s time to improve …

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Cybersecurity in 2018: Three predictions and one hope – Help Net Security

Effective cybersecurity means keeping a close eye on the threats you currently face, and an even closer eye on the threats to come. As you consider your security strategy and investments for the coming year, here are three key trends that will define the threat landscape in 2018, and one …

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Do a 15 minute cybersecurity makeover to start the year – KING5.com

No. 1 cyberattack method: phishing Shutterstock You had plenty of reminders last year that hackers are out in force, making your data vulnerable. What will be the equivalent of the Equifax breach this year?  Before we find out, there’s are shortcuts to locking down your private data. Consider it a …

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Cyber Security in 2017: Who Won, Who Lost, Who Freaked Us Out – Casino.Org News

Casino.Org News Cyber Security in 2017: Who Won, Who Lost, Who Freaked Us OutCasino.Org NewsGlobally, 2017 saw cybersecurity become a key issue across all industries, and online gambling was no exception. Internet operators have long been targets for DDoS attacks, which have become more frequent in recent years, as well …

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6 AI Cybersecurity Startups to Watch in 2018 – Nanalyze

If 2017 has taught us anything, it’s that nothing is safe. Some poor MBA home alone for the holidays is probably still crunching the final numbers, but this year will likely turn out to be one of the worst in terms of cybersecurity breaches. Almost two billion records were lost …

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Pressure builds to improve election cybersecurity – The Hill

Congressional efforts to secure election systems from cyberattacks are picking up steam with lawmakers under pressure to prevent hacks in the 2018 midterms. After the revelation that Russia tried to probe election systems in 21 states in the 2016 election, security experts, state officials and others demanded federal action to …

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Risk & Repeat: Cybersecurity predictions for 2018 – TechTarget

Listen to this podcast In this week’s Risk & Repeat podcast, SearchSecurity editors offer their cybersecurity predictions for 2018, including forecasts for cryptojacking, DDoS attacks and other threats. As 2017 comes to a close after a tumultuous and eventful year, SearchSecurity editors stare into their crystal balls for some cybersecurity …

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2017's biggest cybersecurity facepalms – Engadget

Engadget 2017’s biggest cybersecurity facepalmsEngadget2017 was a year like no other for cybersecurity. It was the year we found out the horrid truths at Uber and Equifax, and border security took our passwords. A year of WannaCry and Kaspersky, VPNs and blockchains going mainstream, healthcare hacking … and more » Source …

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The Disconnect Between Cybersecurity & the C-Suite – Dark Reading

SecurityInfoWatch The Disconnect Between Cybersecurity & the C-SuiteDark Reading“All organizations, no matter how prepared they think they might be, need to verify whether strategic cybersecurity goals are being executed,” Grant Waterfall, partner at PwC and global leader of its cybersecurity and privacy practice, told me in an …New Year’s resolution …

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Controversial security company running China's first cybersecurity innovation center – TechNode

360 Enterprise Security Group, also known as Qihoo 360, is running China’s newly opened and first cybersecurity innovation center. The company has been in the news recently both at home and abroad for helping out the FBI but causing upset with its security camera spying platform. China opened its …

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