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A week in security (June 10 – 16)

Last week on Malwarebytes Labs, we revealed to readers the mindset of security pros as to why they lack confidence in their ability to prevent their organizations getting breached. We also reported on Maine Governor Janet Mills implementing the state’s own privacy protections, how Apple can better protect its users’ privacy, the continuous trending of the MegaCortex ransomware, how cyberbullies … [Read more...]

Medical industry struggles with PACS data leaks

In the medical world, sharing patient data between organizations and specialists has always been an issue. X-Rays, notes, CT scans, and any other data or related files have always existed and been shared in their physical forms (slides, paperwork). When a patient needed to take results of a test to another practice for a second opinion or to a specialist for a more detailed look, it would … [Read more...]

Sophisticated threats plague ailing healthcare industry

The healthcare industry is no longer circling the drain, but it’s still in critical condition. While many organizations in healthcare have aimed at or made positive strides toward a more robust cybersecurity and privacy posture, they still have a long way to go. In 2018, healthcare had the highest number of breaches recorded compared to other industries. This is according to … [Read more...]