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Podcast: New Malware targets Industrial Safety Systems and Uncle Sam Bans Kaspersky – What Now?

Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 52:36 — 96.3MB) | EmbedSubscribe: Google Podcasts | Email | RSSIn our latest podcast: industrial security expert Joe Weiss talks to us about Triton, a new malware family targeting industrial safety systems. Also: Dave Aitel of the firm Immunity Inc. joins us again to talk about new legislation banning government agencies from using anti malware software by Kaspersky Lab. And, Alan Naumann* of the firm Contrast Security talks to us about the major insurance firm that  joined the latest round of investment in his company, and why application security is everybody’s problem. 

2017: the Year of the Healthcare Breach (Again) | Data Insider

In-brief: The new year won’t bring relief for the healthcare industry, which faces a range of new, sophisticated attacks seeking paydays and access to electronic health records, a new survey by Experian finds.

DARPA Grand Challenge Spurs Automation, AI to Secure Internet of Things

In-brief: A hacker capture the flag tournament will take place without any human intervention. It’s the final competition in DARPA’s Cyber Grand Challenge, a contest to spur developments in automation and artificial intelligence to solve cyber security problems. 

White House Issues Security Guidelines for Precision Medicine

In-brief: The White House released new guidelines to help healthcare organizations secure data used in its s0-called “Precision Medicine Initiative” (or PMI), advising healthcare providers to take a risk-based approach to securing data, while being careful not to poison the well of patient trust.

Nine of Ten Breaches Easily Avoidable, Study Finds

In-brief: Nine of every ten data breaches that occurred in the first eight months of 2015 were “easily avoidable,” according to a study released by the Online Trust Association (OTA) on Tuesday.