Critical Infrastructure

Scripps Health Cyberattack Causes Widespread Hospital Outages
Posted on Monday May 03, 2021

The San Diego-based hospital system diverted ambulances to other medical centers after a suspected ransomware attack.

Ransomware: A Deep Dive into 2021 Emerging Cyber-Risks
Posted on Monday April 19, 2021

Our new eBook goes beyond the status quo to take a look at the evolution of ransomware and what to prepare for next.

What COVID-19 Taught Us: Prepping Cybersecurity for the Next Crisis
Posted on Monday April 19, 2021

Sivan Tehila, cybersecurity strategist at Perimeter 81, discusses climate change and the cyber-resilience lessons companies should take away from dealing with the pandemic.

Biden Races to Shore Up Power Grid Against Hacks
Posted on Thursday April 15, 2021

A 100-day race to boost cybersecurity will rely on incentives rather than regulation, the White House said.

How the NAME:WRECK Bugs Impact Consumers, Businesses
Posted on Tuesday April 13, 2021

How this class of vulnerabilities will impact millions connected devices and potentially wreck the day of IT security professionals.

SolarWinds Attackers Accessed DHS Emails, Report
Posted on Tuesday March 30, 2021

Current and former administration sources say the nation-state attackers were able to read the Homeland Security Secretary's emails, among others.

Manufacturing’s Cloud Migration Opens Door to Major Cyber-Risk
Posted on Thursday March 25, 2021

New research shows that while all sectors are at risk, 70 percent of manufacturing apps have vulnerabilities.

Critical Security Hole Can Knock Smart Meters Offline
Posted on Friday March 12, 2021

Unpatched Schneider Electric PowerLogic ION/PM smart meters are open to dangerous attacks.

CISA Orders Federal Agencies to Patch Exchange Servers
Posted on Thursday March 04, 2021

Espionage attacks exploiting the just-patched remote code-execution security bugs in Microsoft Exchange servers are quickly spreading.

TDoS Attacks Take Aim at Emergency First-Responder Services
Posted on Monday February 22, 2021

The FBI has warned that telephony denial-of-service attacks are taking aim at emergency dispatch centers, which could make it impossible to call for police, fire or ambulance services.