Medical device industry looks to take the lead on cybersecurity standards

 

There’s a growing movement among medical device manufacturers to develop industrywide cybersecurity standards that offer flexibility to innovate while providing basic protections against the emerging threats facing internet-enabled devices. read more…
 
 

Report from www.fiercehealthcare.com

 
 


What are the GDPR requirements?

 

Here’s how the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will change how companies process, store and secure EU customer data.
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Report from www.csoonline.com

 
 


Three Ways To Prepare Your Business For GDPR

 

Next year the UK will apply the General Data Protection Regulation which comes into force on May 25th 2018
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Report From Cyber Security Intelligence newsletter

 
 


The Biggest Cyber Security Disasters Of 2017 So Far

 

THE FIRST SIX months of 2017 have seen an inordinate number of cyber security meltdowns. And they weren’t just your standard corporate breaches. read more…
 
 

Report from Wired

 
 


Could hackers turn the lights out?

 

For a long time computer security experts have warned about the threat hackers pose to the systems that help control the power stations, water treatment plants and transport systems we rely on.
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Report from the BBC NEWS

 
 


US Needs To Get Its Data Ready For GDPR

 

The GDPR harmonises data privacy laws, empowers EU citizens’ data privacy and will reshape the way businesses approach data privacy. US organisations need to get ready. read more…
 
 

Report From Cyber Security Intelligence newsletter

 
 


British Businesses Are Unaware Of Data Protection Laws

 

Almost two-thirds of British businesses are unaware they could face fines of up to €20million with the introduction of GPPR. read more…
 
 

Cyber Security Intelligence newsletter from July 2017

 
 


Who Is Behind Petya?

 

Petya has several different names, but the experts at ESET say the origins of this destructive ransomware point in one direction. read more…
 
 
 

Cyber Security Intelligence newsletter from July 2017

 
 


Ashley Madison to Pay $11.2 Million to Data Breach Victims

 
Ashley Madison, an American most prominent dating website that helps people cheat on their spouses has been hacked, has agreed to an $11.2 Million settlement for roughly 37 million users whose personal details were exposed in a massive data breach two years ago.
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Report from thehackernews.com

 
 


Critical RCE Vulnerability Found in Cisco WebEx Extensions, Again — Patch Now!

 
A highly critical vulnerability has been discovered in the Cisco Systems’ WebEx browser extension for Chrome and Firefox, for the second time in this year, which could allow attackers to remotely execute malicious code on a victim’s computer.
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Report from thehackernews.com