Cyber attack on Change Healthcare, a North American health tech company, impacted numerous pharmacies across the US, halting prescription order fulfillment.
Hotel owners relying on franchisors for guest room booking systems can be adversely impacted when these hotel chains are hit by a cyber attack. Hotel owners have the right to know what happened and what is being done to protect systems and guest data.
The LockBit ransomware gang has claimed responsibility for the Boeing cyber attack that allegedly exploited a zero-day vulnerability and leaked substantial data.
Officials have warned that the NHS patient data stolen in the University of Manchester cyber attack could become publicly available with potential ramifications. The incident impacted UoM, which holds patient information of 1.1 million patients across 200 hospitals.
As applications grow more complex, attackers will increasingly seek to exploit vulnerabilities in business logic to bypass traditional security measures and gain unauthorized access. To address this threat, organizations must rethink their current security strategies for protecting applications and APIs, and the data they’re accessing.
Two new cyber attack attempts, one in the San Francisco Bay Area and another in Pennsylvania, will keep water supply security in the news. But sensational media headlines may also be stoking an unnecessary level of fear among the general public.
Ransomware gang Cl0p posted a list of victims of its MOVEit cyber attacks. Among what it calls the 'first batch' of its targets are both federal and state government agencies, major banks and investment firms, and universities.
Supply chain security is in the news once again as a cyber attack on Zellis, a UK-based payroll provider, has led to the compromise of numerous organizations. Among the biggest names impacted by the attack are the BBC, British Airways and major UK drugstore chain Boots.
Majority of SMBs still do not believe they will be likely targets of cyber attacks despite the fact that 60% of the companies go out of business within six months after suffering an attack.
Prime Minister Edi Rama ended diplomatic ties with Iran in a video statement on September 7, citing the July cyber attack and requiring the country's embassy staff to leave within 24 hours.