The Week in Review: Cybersecurity News

The 14-year-long healthcare breach, Chinese national arrested for 2015 OPM hack, cybersecurity regulatory crackdown, the 10 sneakiest hacker attacks, and more


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

Is This the Longest Healthcare Breach Ever? File under “horror stories.” One Massachusetts hospital finally detected an inside threat, 14 years after it started. [Read More]

The 10 Sneakiest Hacker Attacks From manufacturer breaches to compromised wireless routers. [Read More]

Is the Power Grid Getting More Vulnerable to Cyberattacks? “Rising computerization opens doors for increasingly aggressive adversaries.” [Read More]

The Cybersecurity Regulatory Crackdown Enterprises, it’s time to button-up. [Read More]

Report: Current State of Government Cybersecurity Is ‘Grim’ In an assessment of security posture, the government ranked 16 out of 18 industries. [Read More]

The Biggest Bug-Bounty Programs How does your company size up? [Read More]

FBI Arrest Chinese National Linked to 2015 OPM Data Breach He used malware to compromise the personal data of 22.1 million people—including federal employees and contractors, their families and friends. [Read More]

The Messy Future of Satellite Cyberattacks Outdated technology, malware, and GPS-spoofing: Satellites offer hackers a new frontier of earthly disruption. [Read More]