The Week in Review: Cybersecurity News

A U.S. task force's cyberplan to save healthcare, ex-FBI director Comey comes clean on the election hacks, new details about the NSA leaker, and more


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All the important stories you may have missed, in one place:

Comey Has ‘No Doubt’ Russia Was Behind U.S. Election Hack  The assertion came during the former FBI director’s Senate hearing this week. [Read More]

A Federal Task Force Believes Healthcare Is in Crisis  Its members just released a six-point plan to fix the medical industry’s cyber-failings. [Read More]

Curious New Details About the NSA Leaker  Reality Winner, a contractor for the government agency, may be in possession of more top-secret documents. [Read More]

Why Executives Underinvest in Cybersecurity  Risk management versus risk mitigation is key. [Read More]

Verizon Will Layoff 2,100 Employees Upon Acquiring Yahoo  The deal was devalued by $350 million following two massive breaches at Yahoo. [Read More]

Manufacturing Faces Breaches, Even on the Factory Floor A recent robotic-arm hacking experiment reminds us that more smart technology means more problems. [Read More]

OneLogin CISO Reveals Details About Last Week’s Breach  He confirms that thieves used just one secret key to compromise the login/password management software company. The company is still conducting forensic investigations. [Read More]


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