Latest Anthem Breach Traced Back to Third-Party Vendor

New Anthem breach underscores the need to manage cyber risk throughout the enterprise ecosystem Anthem – yes, that Anthem – has been hacked again. About a month after the beleaguered health insurer agreed to fork over a record-setting $115 million to settle a class action lawsuit related to its massive 2015 breach, it was breached… Read More

Get Ready for Greater SEC, NFA Cyber Security Enforcement

SEC, NFA cyber security enforcement is set to intensify in light of recent global attacks and new enforcement chiefs Public companies and firms operating in regulated industries, especially finance, should expect more SEC, NFA cyber security enforcement in the wake of new and emerging threats, like WannaCry and NotPetya, as well as the appointment of… Read More

Cyber Criminals Are Hijacking Computers for Cryptocurrency Mining

Cryptocurrency mining malware may end up being a bigger problem than WannaCry Organizations that think they dodged a bullet when their older systems did not fall prey to the WannaCry ransomware may want to think again. Weeks prior to the WannaCry attacks, a group of hackers was taking advantage of the same Windows vulnerabilities that… Read More