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washingtonpost | April 01, 2020
Coronavirus has inspired an unprecedented number of online scams targeting people and businesses – and researchers say the wave of attacks is just getting started. The massive volume of cybercriminal activity reflects the overwhelming scope of the pandemic, which has upended every aspect of daily life across the world — from how people seek medical information to how they work, socialize and shop for groceries. The mass uncertainty allows criminals to prey on broad swaths of the glob...
business2community | February 25, 2020
This interesting piece from McKinsey made me think and deserves some comments: “The risk-based approach to cybersecurity”. The risk-based approach itself which it promotes has solid foundations, and in fact is nothing new. Actually, it echoes in many ways the model we – at Corix Partners – have been developing and delivering with clients and associates for the past 10 years .But I don’t think it makes sense – or indeed helps the industry move forward – t...
CynergisTek | January 07, 2022
CynergisTek Announcesa three-year Alliance with Leading Medical System to Combat Healthcare Cyber Threats
CynergisTek a leading cybersecurity, privacy, compliance, and IT audit firm, announced that it has signed a 6-figure, multi-year Resilience Partner Program (RPP) agreement. This program aims to provide annual cybersecurity risk assessments, testing, and advisory services. The program will benefit a leading, nationally recognized, community-owned medical system. The program wil...
scmagazine | April 03, 2020
Some welcome good news on the COVID-19 front: Microsoft Corporation said it is stepping up its efforts to protect hospitals and other critical services from opportunistic cyberattacks, while Mozilla has founded a new fund to support open-source projects that help fight the pandemic. In a company blog post, Microsoft said that it identified dozens of hospitals that were vulnerable to attacks via exploitable gateway and VPN appliances, and reached out to these health care providers with what it de...
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