Law360, July 9, 2021
A cyberattack on software vendor Kaseya that led to a widespread ransomware spree may also cast a wide net of liability, with regulators and potential plaintiffs likely to question whether Kaseya took reasonable steps to prevent the attack and if victims appropriately vetted their vendors.
Law360, July 9, 2021
Washington Post, July 8, 2021
The Kaseya ransomware attack, which paralyzed hundreds of businesses over the Fourth of July weekend, marks a major strategic advancement for the criminal hacking gangs that have wreaked havoc on U.S. businesses.
Bloomberg, July 7, 2021
A hack targeting software made by Kaseya Ltd. shows how damaging supply chain attacks can be for small and medium-sized businesses that often outsource their information technology support.
Automotive News, June 29, 2021
Automakers are ramping up digitization but lack cybersecurity. That's music to the ears of cyberattackers.
Healthcare Info Security Podcast, June 24, 2021
Advanced persistent threat actors will continue to "up their game," including taking advantage of the COVID-19 pandemic even as its impact diminishes, says Kelvin Coleman, executive director of the National Cyber Security Alliance.
TechStrong TV, June 17, 2021
President Biden aims to launch a Cybersecurity Safety Review Board in the wake of several high-profile breaches. Kelvin Coleman (Executive Director, NCSA), joins us to discuss the possible impact of the White House’s involvement in cybersecurity and what both private and public sector companies can expect.
CNet, June 10, 2021
Apple's new AirTag tracking devices promise to help you locate lost keys, bags or other items -- but what if someone uses one of the small discs to try to track you?
WSJ, June 7, 2021
When criminals swindled One Treasure Island, the San Francisco organization turned to the cops. Getting no help, its director decided to launch her own investigation.
NBC News, May 12, 2021
The successful hack of America's largest gas pipeline has exposed gaping holes in U.S. cyber defenses, experts say.
EdTech Magazine, May 10, 2021
Research data remains a primary target for cyberattacks. A report by Check Point found that attacks on educational institutions are growing faster than any other sector. COVID-19 research universities, in particular, are especially threatened by state-sponsored hacking and cybercriminals looking to sell stolen data to nation-states.