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Industry Trends

3 Trends Plaguing Healthcare Cybersecurity & How to Fight Them

Find out more about the three major trends plaguing healthcare cybersecurity in 2019.

By Sonia AristaJuly 03, 2019

Business and Technology | Partners

Provide Customers with Advanced Threat Defense Against Email-Based Attacks

Cybercriminals use email to trick users into providing login credentials or initiating fraudulent transactions, as well as to unknowingly install malware, ransomware, and other malicious payloads. These are some of the top email-based cyberattacks that your customers need be aware of.

By David FingerApril 26, 2018

Business and Technology

What is the Appropriate Level of Cybersecurity for OT Systems? Cyber Insurers Want to Know

So, how much should a company invest in the cybersecurity of their OT systems and what is the appropriate level of cybersecurity required for them?

Industry Trends

Securing Legacy IT Systems from Modern Application Threats in the Financial Sector

The rhetoric surrounding mainframes and their uses in modern enterprises tends to be largely negative. Mainframes are seen by many as outdated legacy IT systems that are, or will be, obsolete in the near future as businesses increasingly move to the cloud. However, these notions are one-sided. The reality is that mainframe computing remains alive and well within many infrastructure-critical industries, including some of the largest organizations in the world. It’s reported that 71 percent of Fortune 500 companies still run much of their...

By Bill HoganOctober 13, 2017

Industry Trends

A Rough Week For Healthcare Security...And It's Only Tuesday

Healthcare organizations have taken more than their fair share of security hits lately. The  bad news continued this week with yet another data breach announcement for Medical Informatics Engineering, an Indiana-based healthcare software company, and an FDA warning to stop using Hospira’s Symbiq medication infusion pump. The data breach involved 3.9 million people, exposing names, addresses, Social Security numbers, and other protected health information. The company reported the breach late last month but news of the nearly 3-week...

By Chris DawsonAugust 04, 2015