Category: Threat Intelligence

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Weekly Threat Intelligence Brief: July 19, 2016

Insurance/Healthcare ""The Dark Overlord," a hacker who has been attempting to sell batches of personal and medical records supposedly stolen from U.S. healthcare organizations, is...

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Weekly Threat Intelligence Brief: July 12, 2016

Insurance/Healthcare "The number of healthcare security attacks continues to grow with breaches of over 11 million patient records in June, more than any other month...

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Weekly Threat Intelligence Brief: July 6, 2016

Financial Services "Hackers have reportedly stolen $10m from a bank in Ukraine by exploiting the Swift messaging system, according to reports emerging from the region...

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Weekly Threat Intelligence Brief: June 28, 2016

Insurance/Healthcare "Seven Democratic senators urged the U.S. Justice Department on Wednesday to block two mergers of major health insurance companies, saying that the proposed deals...

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Weekly Threat Intelligence Brief: June 21, 2016

Insurance/Healthcare "A settlement between the Federal Trade Commission and Practice Fusion, an electronic health records system vendor, serves as a reminder that regulations other than...

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“Privacy Shield” Facing Same Obstacles as Safe Harbor

By Emilio Iasiello and Tobias Losch The European Union (EU) and the United States (U.S.) are currently engaged in negotiating the “Privacy Shield” agreement that...

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Weekly Threat Intelligence Brief: June 15, 2016

Insurance/Healthcare "Public and private cloud solutions are gaining popularity in the healthcare industry, especially for data storage and network usage, despite issues surrounding healthcare cloud...

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The U.S. and Russia Re-Engage in Cyber Cooperation

By Emilio Iasiello, LookingGlass CTIG In late March 2016, the governments of the Russian Federation and the United States agreed to resume their discussions on...

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Weekly Threat Intelligence Brief: June 7, 2016

Energy "Homeland Security has said that an internet-connected industrial monitoring device -- typically used in US industrial power plants and energy facilities -- is vulnerable...

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Chinese Acquisition of U.S. Companies: Sometimes a Cigar May Just Be a Cigar

By Emilio Iasiello Since 2012, there has been increased interest in Chinese companies purchasing U.S. businesses.  According to a recent report published by the Committee...

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