University of Nebraska researchers will study the implementation of smart monitoring technology at various bridges in the state, evaluating the cybersecurity risks of the new instruments and their effects on bridge safety. The Department of Defense will fund the project, which is a collaboration between the University of Nebraska at Omaha and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Cybersecurity policy leader Karen Evans has been named the new Managing Director of the Cyber Readiness Institute (CRI). In her role at CRI, Evans will lead the public-private partnerships developed by CRI.
Defending the medical device supply chain, cracking down on ransomware and monitoring new technology are all priorities for cybersecurity professionals in the healthcare field. In a panel hosted by BD, Eric Decker, William Landry, Inhel Rekik and Scott Shindledecker discuss top of mind issues for healthcare cybersecurity professionals.
Nearly all U.S. executives (98%) report that their organizations experienced at least one cyber event in the past year, compared to a slightly lower rate of 84% in non-U.S. executives, according to Deloitte’s 2021 Future of Cyber Survey.
By focusing on the three V’s — volume, velocity and visibility — of Software as a Service (SaaS) security, organizations can streamline and improve their security team’s efficiency, reducing their workload and increasing protection for the company against any potential exposure or data breach.
The National Governors Association (NGA) will support four states — California, Connecticut, Illinois and Utah —
as they participate in the nationwide GridEx VI exercise, which reviews and tests energy emergency preparedness through a simulated coordinated cyber and physical incident on the electrical grid.
NTT’s AppSec Stats Flash Volume 10 show 52% of the applications in the healthcare industry have at least one serious vulnerability — rating ‘high’ or ‘critical’ on the Common Vulnerability Scoring System scale — open throughout the year.