…hold this thread as I walk away; so goes the Weezer song.
The LA punk band may not be known for their risk management prowess (shocking, right?), but they were on to something that can be useful in understanding the future of cyber security risk.
Under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), a covered entity that experiences a ransomware attack or other cyber-related security incident must take immediate steps to prevent or mitigate any impermissible release of protected health information (PHI).
The malicious ransomware called “WannaCry” hit businesses large and small across the globe in 2017. With more than 200,000 systems infected in over 150 countries, this large scale virus affected schools, governments, businesses, and even forced emergency rooms to close.
This week, we celebrated one of the very best days of the year: Opening Day for Major League Baseball. I’m from Milwaukee and grew up going to County Stadium/Miller Park to watch the games. Whenever I’d go, I always admired the catchers. I was impressed by their ability to crouch behind the..
The hospitality industry is often thought of as one of the most attractive targets for a data breach. It doesn’t take much thought to understand why: the sheer volume of credit card and personally identifiable information that runs through restaurants, bars, hotels, etc, is daunting. When you..
It’s been truly astounding to watch cyber risk develop over the past few years. What started as risk surrounding the loss of private, mostly financial, data, has evolved into a risk encompassing everything from extortion to potential bodily injury and property damage.
Unmanned aerial drones, also called unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), are a new type of aircraft that has broad commercial and personal uses. UAS can be used to inspect buildings, deliver materials or fly around as simple, recreational products. However, as UAS become more advanced and..
Next up (to deal with a data breach): the NFL