As ransomware attacks increase, both the private and public sectors are having to face tough questions on how to prevent and handle these type of attacks.
The Luxembourg National Commission for Data Protection ordered Amazon to pay €746MM ($887MM) as a result of claims against Amazon Europe Core Sarl. The size of the fine suggests EU regulators are moving beyond their self-imposed grace period of ramping up GDPR compliance requirements.
Apricorn reports the education industry has a significantly increased risk for cybersecurity attacks than other industries, such as manufacturing, healthcare, and financial services.
The Aultman Health Foundation (Aultman), an Ohio-based health system with more than 7,000 employees, announced that the patient records of more than 7,000 patients may have been accessed by an employee without authorization for whom such access was outside their job duties.
As individuals become more empowered and can easily move funds across jurisdictions with the click of a button, artificial intelligence will not only be needed to provide financial services, but will also be needed to maintain compliance with local laws.
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After a number of recent headline-grabbing ransomware attacks, both the U.S. House and Senate are working on cybersecurity bills, with cross-aisle support, and progressing much better and faster than Congress's other bill-making efforts.
The Office of the Inspector General (OIG) in the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) recently conducted a review of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services’ (CMS’s) survey standards for hospital cybersecurity and determined that CMS lacks consistent oversight of networked-devices cybersecurity in hospitals.