CyberMDX | June 29, 2021
CyberMDX, a leading healthcare cybersecurity provider, works in delivering visibility and threat prevention for clinical networks and medical devices, and Alphatron Medical, has announced its partnership to support manage risks in cybersecurity and protect the workflow of data for customers of Alphatron Medical.
Due to the augmented digitization of hospitals, Alphatron Medical offers data workflows, various IT solutions, and medical workwear, enabling professionals in healthcare to work comfortably and smoothly throughout the entire process of care. The company's integrated approach helps healthcare delivery organizations (HDOs) manage progressively complex healthcare IT environments of today. As it serves hospitals in the Netherlands, Belgium, and Germany, the solutions of Alphatron help maximize their customers’ IT systems and enable healthcare providers to concentrate more on caring for patients.
Electronic personal health information (ePHI) value has dramatically increased cyber-attacks against healthcare organizations. As a result, it has underlined the criticality of cybersecurity as a constituent of any healthcare administration's IT strategy. The corporation will help progress the superiority of security for Alphatron's customers, using CyberMDX's Healthcare Security Suite to confirm the data security of Alphatron's data management solutions. CyberMDX's solution offers endpoint perceptibility, network threat deterrence, and functioning analytics to any linked medical, IT, or IoT devices.
CyberMDX, an IoT security leader, is dedicated to ensuring the quality of providing healthcare worldwide. CyberMDX offers cloud-based cybersecurity solutions that assist the progression of The IoT. The CyberMDX solution recognizes endpoints and judges susceptibilities to notice, respond to, and stop cyber occurrences. Deployed worldwide, CyberMDX is designed to integrate with our customers' existing environments through its easy-to-deploy, scalable, and agentless solution.
Nuspire | June 15, 2021
A leading managed security services provider (MSSP), Nuspire, has announced its 2021 Q1 Threat Landscape Report release. The report includes techniques and procedures (TTPs) with additional insight from its threat intelligence partner, Recorded Future, and new cybercriminal activity and tactics sourced from 90 billion traffic logs.
Nuspire had a 1,527% increase in Pulse Connect Secure VPN and a 1,916% increase in attacks against Fortinet's SSL-VPN in Q1 2021. Various vulnerabilities happen to allow a threat actor to get access to a network. They exfiltrate information and install ransomware once they are in.
Due to the increase in RDP and VPN vulnerabilities, threat reports of Nuspire find out botnet, malware, and suspicious activities are down compared to Q4. But still, threat actors are on the prowl. Other significant findings included in Nuspire's 2021 Q1 Threat Landscape Report are:
• Emotet botnet activity dropped -99.96% after the announcement of Law Enforcement seizing their infrastructure.
• ZeroAccess Botnet activity rushed during one week by 619,460% before trailing down into the end of the quarter.
• SMB Login Brute Force efforts contained 69.73% of all exploit activity witnessed in Q1.
Nuspire, a security services provider (MSSP), is revolutionizing cybersecurity involvement by taking a hopeful and people-first approach. Nuspire offers complete services that syndicate award-winning threat recognition with more excellent response competencies to deliver end-to-end security across the gateway, network, and endpoint ecosystem. Our customer base spans thousands of enterprises of all sizes across numerous businesses and realizes the extreme risk reduction per cyber-dollar spent. At Nuspire, we are laser-focused on bringing a fantastic cybersecurity experience that surpasses the expectations of the clients.
Infotecs ViPNet | May 21, 2021
Infotecs, a number one international cybersecurity, and threat intelligence platform provider will present its ViPNet IT security solutions at GISEC from May 31 to June 2, 2021, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
The number of cyber-attacks has increased since 2020. Cybercriminals are taking advantage of the uncertainty of a worldwide pandemic and remote work. That's why protecting the transmission of sensitive data via mobile devices also as all IP-enabled devices are important today. the danger for companies is just too great that data of any form (voice or text messages, IP video data, exchanged business-critical documents, etc.) are going to be intercepted or may be manipulated by cybercriminals.
At GISEC in Dubai at the top of May, Infotecs will present ViPNet mobile security solution. It provides market-leading secure enterprise communication tools with the strongest available encryption combined with maximum convenience, functionality, and usefulness. ViPNet provides fast, easy to use, reliable yet secure communication via email, chat, video, and voice calls (VOIP). Our pure software-based solutions deliver superior security intentionally supported symmetric key and point-to-point encryption approaches. The "Always On" solution provides fast & reliable secure connectivity even over low bandwidth or mobile networks.
"The pandemic accelerated the increase of the digital economy and made governments around the world rethink how various industries operate. headquarters workspace became the New Normal," explained Josef Waclaw, CEO of Infotecs GmbH. "With our innovative solutions like ViPNet Threat Detection & Response or ViPNet Mobile Security solutions, we will help many business players build a strong, cyber-resistant ecosystem."
The Gulf Information Security Expo and Conference (GISEC), the Gulf region's largest cybersecurity forum, has been held annually at the Dubai World Trade Centre since 2013. GISEC provides web security professionals from around the world the chance to seek out innovative solutions, share insights with industry experts, and equip themselves with the proper tools to guard their businesses against ever-increasing cyber-attacks.