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prnewswire | November 30, 2020
CyberMDX, a main medical care cybersecurity supplier conveying perceivability and danger anticipation for clinical gadgets and clinical organizations, today reported an association Royal Philips, a worldwide pioneer in wellbeing innovation, to incorporate CyberMDX's Healthcare Security Suite into the recently presented coordinated Cybersecurity Services offered by Philips.
The expansion of millions of associated clinical gadgets permits clients and organizations to share, sear...
theguardian | August 26, 2020
New Zealand’s stock market has been interrupted by an apparent overseas cyber attack for the second day running. The Wellington-based NZX exchange went offline at 11.24am on Wednesday and although some connectivity was restored for investors, some trading was halted. The NZX said it had experienced “network connectivity issues” and that the NZX main board, NZX debt market and Fonterra shareholders market were placed on halt. However it then announced that those areas would resu...
Q6 Cyber | July 16, 2020
Q6 Cyber, a leading provider of e-crime intelligence, and Coalition, a leading cyber insurance provider, announced that they have partnered to revolutionize cyber insurance and risk management. Q6 Cyber's proprietary threat intelligence – used to prevent fraud and cyber-attacks – will be utilized to enhance the underwriting process for cyber insurance and protect the thousands of Coalition's insureds from damaging cyber-attacks.Q6 Cyber's cutting-edge technology mon...
SC Magazine | March 03, 2020
Almost one year after a ransomware attack struck the city of Cartersville, Ga., municipal officials revealed that they paid a ransom of $380,000 to regain access to their files.The news was made known after the local Daily Tribune News filed a Freedom of Information Act request, which disclosed the payment to mitigate the May 4, 2019 attack. The Daily Tribune found that the initial ransom demand was for $2.8 million, payable in bitcoin, and that the city’s insurance paid the majority of th...
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