Blue Shield of California is notifying more than 63,000 customers that their data was potentially exfiltrated in a compromise involving Fortra's GoAnywhere secure file transfer software and one of the health plan's covered mental health providers for minors.
"Stronger Together" is the theme of RSA Conference 2023. In an exclusive preview of the event, Linda Gray Martin and Britta Glade explain why that theme was selected - and what attendees can expect to see from sessions, speakers and sponsors when they attend the annual gathering in San Francisco.
With the rise in cloud infrastructure, internet-connected devices, and third-party vendors, the attack surface has expanded, and the number of vulnerabilities and risks has increased dramatically. This has led to enormous pressure from stakeholders, including executives, board members, customers, business partners,...
Online counseling provider BetterHelp is facing at least three proposed class action lawsuits following its recent enforcement action by the FTC. Plaintiffs allege a variety of claims against the company, including invasion of privacy, violations of federal and state laws, and "outrageous conduct."
The U.S. government limited its use of advanced surveillance software such as Pegasus through an executive order prohibiting agencies from buying licenses for spyware used by foreign governments to spy on dissidents. The order does not outright stop the government from purchasing spyware.
Agility and security do not have to be in conflict, and businesses of all sizes have the capacity to innovate swiftly and operate securely.
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True end-to-end cloud security involves protecting data and resources throughout the entire cloud environment – from the user's device to the cloud service provider's servers – and back again. A combination of physical, technical, and administrative controls that are designed to safeguard data, applications, and...
A now-patched bug that caused OpenAI to take down the ChatGPT chatbot for nine hours on Monday also revealed the last four digits of payment cards, the company disclosed Friday. One user said he saw the history of another account including the topics "phobia of rats" and "sexist music video clips."
So far, the Clop ransomware group campaign using a zero-day vulnerability in Fortra's widely used managed file transfer software, GoAnywhere MFT, has compromised networks used by 130 different organizations. The gang has so far taken responsibility for over 50 hacks.
The United States sent its top cyber offensive team to NATO ally Albania to help secure the nation's critical infrastructure networks. The Cyber National Mission Force helped find cyberthreats and vulnerabilities on networks likely targeted last year by Iranian threat actors.
Medical device maker Zoll Medical is facing at least seven proposed class action lawsuits filed since it revealed two weeks ago that the data of 1 million individuals had been caught up in a hacking incident involving the company's internal network.
Members of a U.S. House subcommittee got their first look at the Biden administration's new national cybersecurity strategy and quizzed the White House cybersecurity director on the timeline, proposed regulations and incentives for private businesses.
TikTok CEO Shou Chew appeared Thursday before the U.S. congressional panel to defend his company against accusations that it's imperiling Americans' national security, privacy and mental health. Lawmakers pressed Chew on the company's Chinese ownership, source code and privacy practices.
Orca Security has promoted Chief Product Officer Gil Geron to CEO to help the agentless cloud security vendor maintain its market leadership and rapid growth. The leadership swap at Portland, Oregon-based Orca will result in Avi Shua moving to the newly created position of chief innovation officer.
Hackers have been actively exploiting vulnerabilities in ColdFusion to remotely compromise servers, Adobe warns. Since at least early January, attackers have been dropping web shells via ColdFusion, but it's unclear if only now-known vulnerabilities are being exploited, security researchers say.