TN hospital attacked, 24K records vulnerable

A Tennessee hospital’s electronic health record (EHR) system was hacked by a cryptocurrency-mining software, exposing the info of more than 24,000 patients.

Winter Olympic ceremony struck by malware

The 2018 Winter Olympic Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea, were hit with a malware attack on the opening night of the competition.

Russian hacker uses malware to steal gas

A hacker in southern Russia was arrested for using malware to steal gasoline and resell it.

Electron flaw found, affects Microsoft apps

A new software flaw has been found that threatens popular Microsoft apps.

Florida Medicaid breach exposes info of 30K

A phishing attack in November 2017 led to the possible exposure of 30,000 Medicaid recipients in Florida.

Intel releasing new chips after Spectre, Meltdown

Intel announced plans to release updated microchips later this year to protect against the security flaws Spectre and Meltdown, discovered in many of the company’s microchips.

Embracing disagreements: What to do when a ‘Negative Nancy’ won’t stop complaining

Most departments have at least one person who’s always complaining or disagreeing with the rest of the team.

Malware discovered on Forever 21 PoS devices

Fashion retailer Forever 21 found malware implanted on its point-of-sale systems (PoS) devices during an investigation into a 2017 data breach.

Breach! Private info of 247K DHS staffers leaked

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) recently announced a data breach that occurred in May 2017.

Multiple vulnerabilities found in GPS trackers

A series of vulnerabilities being called “Trackmageddon” have been discovered in multiple GPS services that collect location data from devices like pet, car and kid trackers.