Certificate heavyweight DigiCert has landed Zscaler second-in-command Amit Sinha as its new leader and tasked him with boosting trust around connected device and user authentication. DigiCert brought in Sinha following a 12-year stint at Zscaler, where he became company president and a board member.
A European ring of auto thieves used software branded as a diagnostic tool to perform fobless thefts of cars made by two French manufacturers. It looks as if the thieves found a vulnerability in the electronic control unit governing the authorization of new key fobs.
Multifactor authentication should be the default, not an option, says U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency Director Jen Easterly. She told an industry conference that vendors should "forcefully nudge" users into MFA and offer a more complete feature set for users who want it.
Probe deep enough into a once-obscure subsystem in the Windows operating system called the Common Log File System and you might come out the other end with system privileges. Researchers on Zscaler’s ThreatLabz research team say the root cause of a recent CLFS zero-day resides in base file metadata.
Security flaws in a vital signs monitoring device from a China-based manufacturer could allow hackers to launch an attack that spreads to all other devices connected to the same network. This is among the most serious security issues involving medical devices, says Jason Sinchak of Level Nine.
The Biden administration will put more critical infrastructure sectors, such as water, under mandates to ensure minimal cybersecurity standards. The White House is also ramping up interest in consumer cybersecurity by initiating a labeling program for the internet of things.
CEO Yotam Segev says Cyera eschews the focus of data loss prevention tools on blocking users from pulling down data and instead embraces an approach that reduces friction. Cyera has sought to safeguard data by making preventative changes in areas like configuration, permissions and security posture.
IoT device makers need to accomplish regulatory pre-compliance and compliance testing throughout the product life cycle — from design to test validation, manufacturing, and deployment.
Solving design issues early in the product life cycle helps manufacturers achieve first-to-market breakthroughs to stay...
The progress in modern medical care is remarkable. Increasing development of
Internet of Things (IoT) devices for the medical industry is a key factor in that
progress. In recent years, pacemakers, defibrillators, and other medical device
implants have gotten smaller and smarter.
While medical devices bring a host...
Technology in the healthcare industry has evolved tremendously over the last five years. Technology is now compact, faster, and more affordable. The expectation is that all new healthcare devices and tools are intelligent — with multiple sensors
connected wirelessly to each other and the internet.
Your work is important. Patients and medical staff worldwide benefit from
the life-changing and life-saving connected medical devices that you are
developing. Yet these devices are more complex than ever as is their path
to the marketplace.
Engineers are rethinking their workflows to confront
these issues and...
The medical device market in the United States accounts for almost 5% of the total
healthcare market with total annual spend of $3 trillion. This market includes a wide
range of products from simple devices like thermometers to more complex IoT devices
like patient monitors, smart infusion pumps, and MRI...
Security operations stalwart Arctic Wolf has taken on more than $400 million in debt to pursue acquisitions in the cloud, SIEM, endpoint and XDR markets. The money will fuel an upcoming launch in the Asia-Pacific region and expansion in markets such as South Africa, Benelux and the Nordics.
If exploited, a hard-coded credential vulnerability in certain BD medical laboratory equipment used for cancer screenings could allow an attacker to access, modify or delete sensitive patient information, the manufacturer and federal authorities warn.