Some of the greatest challenges faced are among those professionals looking for innovative, new and effective ways to address ever-increasing cybersecurity threats. With this in mind, Cynerio has collated a list of five questions frequently asked by our customers that should be asked about every new cybersecurity product, approach or technology you encounter.
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In the aftermath of the Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack a few months ago, healthcare cybersecurity professionals wondered when their own industry might have to grapple with an attack so devastating that it caused hospitals and clinics to reconsider whether they were effectively protecting their growing infrastructure of connected devices. However, the hospital ransomware hack in question might have predated Colonial Pipeline’s attack, we just didn’t know it yet.
CISA issued an alert (AA21-229A) on August 17, 2021, stating that BlackBerry has publicly disclosed that its QNX Real-Time Operating System (RTOS) is affected by a BadAlloc vulnerability. As of today, there are no known devices directly impacted by the BadAlloc vulnerability but the situtation remains fluid.
PwnedPiper allows attackers to manipulate the control panel that underpins Translogic pneumatic tube systems’ functionality without having to authenticate to the network. This would allow attackers a chance to execute code remotely and launch denial-of-service attacks.
Led by infosec industry veteran Joel Silberman, partner program to engage MSPs, VARs, MSSPs at the forefront of helping hospitals and healthcare systems ensure patient safety, data confidentiality, and operational continuity
CISA released ICS Medical Advisory (ICSMA-21-161-01) on June 10, 2021, detailing six newly discovered vulnerabilities in ZOLL Defibrillator Dashboards. The vulnerabilities have a CVSS v3 base score of 9.9. These vulnerabilities are remotely executable and are of low attack complexity.
Devices running outdated vendor firmware may represent an even bigger threat to connected medical and IoT devices than outdated operating systems (OS).
In healthcare, there are myriad reasons to implement a Zero Trust security architecture, but our research has shown that Zero Trust is the only way the industry's three most prominent threats can be effectively mitigated in the short and long term.
Funds will expand Cynerio's US presence, with North American HQ in New York City, as well as its international market reach, and power the development of its advanced healthcare IoT cybersecurity and asset management platform
Securing healthcare organizations and connected medical and IoT devices is full of unique challenges, but research shows that a Zero Trust infrastructure is the safest and fastest way to tackle them.
Cynerio researchers studied hundreds of threats driving healthcare organizations to consider adopting a Zero Trust approach after concluding that the three most common threats to healthcare organizations today are ransomware, outdated vendor firmware, and unsecured services.
Dubbed NAME:WRECK, this new set of vulnerabilities can be added to a growing list of TCP/IP stack vulnerabilities that includes Ripple20, AMNESIA:33, and others.
Ryuk ransomware can prevent healthcare professionals from accessing patient records and continues to disrupt critical and life-saving treatments.
CISA released ICS Medical Advisory (ICSMA-21-019-01) on January 19, 2021, detailing a newly discovered vulnerability in Philips Interventional Workstation products with a CVSS v3 base score of 6.5.
JSOF disclosed DNSpooq, a new group of vulnerabilities (CVE-2020-25681-7) with a CVSS v3 base score of 8.1, on January 19, 2021. The new vulnerabilities, found in dnsmasq can result in cache poisoning and buffer overflows.
An ICS Medical Advisory (ICSMA-21-007-01) with a CVSS v3 base score of 5.3 was issued on two improper neutralization vulnerabilities found in GE CARESCAPE patient monitors.
The biggest and most sophisticated cyber attack in history affects every major industry, from government to healthcare, and has prompted CISA to urge federal agencies to shut down all systems running SolarWinds products immediately.
Here’s a sneak peek into Cynerio’s webinar with Carahsoft on how hospitals and other healthcare organizations can safely apply the Zero Trust framework to their networks to protect themselves from every kind of threat, from device-level vulnerabilities to targeted ransomware attacks.
CISA released an advisory (ICSA-20-353-01) on December 18, 2020 regarding four new vulnerabilities found in the Treck TCP/IP stack with a combined CVSS v3 base score of 9.8.
The disclosure of 33 vulnerabilities, collectively dubbed AMNESIA:33, found across four open source TCP/IP stacks yesterday affects multiple Healthcare IoT products provided by various vendors.
CISA released ICS Medical Advisory (ICSMA-20-343-01) on December 8, 2020 citing two major vulnerabilities discovered in a slew of GE radiology products.
Following the Microsoft advisory issued on October 13, 2020 regarding the Bad Neighbor vulnerability, BD, Philips, and Carestream have released information on affected devices.
On Thursday, November 12, 2020, BD voluntarily alerted the US Department of Homeland Security and the FDA of a network session vulnerability with a CVSS score of 6.5 affecting specific versions of two BD Alaris products.
BD posted an advisory on November 6, 2020 regarding the Microsoft Netlogon elevation of privilege vulnerability (CVE-2020-1472), more widely known as Zerologon.
CISA released two ICS Medical Advisories (ICSMA-20-296-01 and ICSMA-20-296-02) on October 22, 2020. The vulnerabilities enable remote exploitation, allowing threat actors to escalate privileges, access ePHI, and upload malicious data packets, compromising the devices’ security.
Microsoft announced a critical vulnerability (CVE-2020-16898) on October 13, 2020 with a CVSS score of 9.8. The vulnerability is located within an ICMPv6 Neighbor Discovery “Protocol”, and uses the Router Advertisement type in the Windows IPv6 stack.
With the retirement of Microsoft's Windows Embedded Standard 7 operating system, Cynerio offers healthcare facilities a complimentary risk assessment until October 31, in support of CISA’s National Cyber Awareness Month.
In the first half of 2020, cyber attacks against healthcare surged by 300%. In particular, ransomware attacks, jumped by 109% across the US, and that's after healthcare providers had already suffered a 350% increase in ransomware attacks in the last quarter of 2019.
Today's healthcare industry is not the one we knew at the beginning of 2020. New and complex challenges have arisen with the advent of the COVID pandemic, starting with the suspension of nonessential procedures, which constitute healthcare organization's primary revenue source.
Earlier this month, a ransomware attack against Duesseldorf University Hospital directly led to the death of a patient when the hospital was forced to reroute emergency patients to another facility 20 miles away.
The ICS-CERT issued a new advisory (ICSMA-20-233-01) on September 10, 2020. This is a set of vulnerabilities with a combined CVSS v3 base score of 6.8 that can be exploited remotely.
Cynerio announced today that Network Products Guide, the industry’s leading technology research and advisory guide, has named Cynerio a Gold winner in the category of Best Technology: To Combat and Reduce the Impact of COVID-19 in the 15th Annual 2020 Network PG’s IT World Awards®.
Philips SureSigns VS4 patient monitors, versions A.07.107 and older are at risk. These devices monitor patients’ vital signs.
Healthcare organizations have become hackers' favorite targets. Over 93% of healthcare organizations have reported a cyber incident and healthcare stands as the most targeted industry, accounting for 4 out of 5 breaches.
CISA and the NSA issued an alert (AA20-205A) on July 26, 2020 regarding the increased threat of cyber attacks on critical infrastructure through connected Operational Technologies (OT) and Control Systems (CS) vulnerabilities.
The best way to protect any network is by segmenting it. Unsegmented networks present hostile parties with a large attack surface that can be difficult to manage and protect.
BD issued a recall on a number of Alaris model infusion pumps for hardware defects and malfunctions that can disrupt the devices’ operation on June 30, 2020. The manufacturer issued an addendum to the original recall on August 20.
The Ripple20 threat (CVE-2020-11896/CVE-2020-11898), a series of 19 critical vulnerabilities, impacts millions of connected devices and puts healthcare organizations at particular risk.
Cynerio today announced that they were named a leader and received among the highest scores in the current offering and strategy categories in “The Forrester New Wave™: Connected Medical Device Security, Q2 2020,”
New threat intelligence research by Cynerio has revealed that certain passwords are repeatedly used across hospitals in different health systems, in every clinical setting, and across all departments and device types—providing a backdoor into otherwise secure clinical networks.
In a recent podcast, Cynerio spoke with Dr. John Halamka, emergency medicine physician and president of the Mayo Clinic Platform to talk about the post-COVID "New Normal" and how we can expect the healthcare industry to evolve from here.
Cynerio, a leading provider of Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) security solutions today announced they were named the winner of the Silver Stevie® Award in the Healthcare Technology Solution category in the 18th Annual American Business Awards® today.
Cynerio was just named a Gartner Cool Vendor, making it the only medical-first IoT security platform to hold the title. Granting this award to a platform focused on safeguarding medical technologies only goes to show how critical the nascent Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) cybersecurity industry is.
Take a peek into Cynerio's webinar with HealthITSecurity for a practical overview of 3 use cases demonstrating how hospitals can leverage emerging healthcare automation technologies to secure IoMT devices, safeguard patients, and ensure business continuity.
Just like the best way to limit the spread of disease among people is to practice social distancing, the best way to protect your medical devices is to separate, or segment them, from each other. Think of healthcare network segmentation as social distancing for medical devices.
IoMT cybersecurity tailor-made for healthcare organizations protects patient safety with deep knowledge of clinical communications
After a long and grueling procurement process, your hospital finally receives a new supply of ventilators. Along with the devices, the vendor also sends along bundles of booklets: troubleshooting manuals, warranty information, and every Biomed and Clinical Engineer's favorite go-to doc: the device's MDS2 form.
To help shed some light on medical device security lifecycles and to help adapt to unforeseeable changes in the healthcare industry, Cynerio partnered with the Biomed/CE publication, TechNation, and led a webinar on the essential ins and outs of managing the medical device security lifecycle. Here’s a quick peek at the highlights.
The influx of patients caused by today’s COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic is crippling health systems worldwide and placing unprecedented strain on vulnerable hospital IT networks.
Medical-first virtual segmentation cuts healthcare IoT security project times from more than a year to weeks and provides confidence in continuous medical services.
Data breaches in the healthcare sector cost the US $4 billion in 2019. When Microsoft ended support for Windows XP in 2014, the healthcare sector suffered the most.
Millions of connected medical devices will be placed at greater risk of cyber attack when Microsoft discontinues support for Windows 7 on January 14.
New York, NY - November 13, 2019 – Advizex and Cynerio today announced the partnership to deliver IoMT Cyber security solutions throughout North America.
Today we announced that our IoMT cybersecurity solution has been selected as a Gold winner in the 11th Annual 2019 Golden Bridge Awards in the Medical Information Security Category.
URGENT/11 is a group of 11 zero-day vulnerabilities found in the VxWorks TCP/IP stack (IPnet) are remotely executable and affect millions of medical and IoT devices.
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