OnPage News – CyberIncidents

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OnPage Corporation is the Secure Messaging/Critical Alerts Leader: Learn More…   SURVEY: MOST IT EXECS SAY THEIR COMPANIES CAN ONLY HANDLE ‘SIMPLE’ CYBERINCIDENTS Most corporate information security executives believe their teams can only handle “simple” incidents, like deactivating a lost phone or scanning a computer for a virus. This reflects a steady loss of confidence among corporate infosec pros in their ability to keep up with modern threats, according to a new global survey by ISACA, a non-profit group that certifies security professionals, and the RSA Conference, a series of events by security vendor RSA. The same survey, conducted two years ago, found that 87% of respondents were comfortable with their teams’ ability to deal with security incidents. That figure dropped to 73% in the latest survey, which polled 461 information security practitioners and managers: The survey also revealed the types of incidents that corporate infosec executives face on a daily basis. […] Read more »

OnPage – HIPAA & Cybersecurity

“OnPage solved a mandatory requirement we had in our data center for regulatory cybersecurity compliance. To cover physical or cyber intrusions, we have OnPage notifications sent out to the group on an on-call rotation for incident response.”

OnPage Corporation is the Secure Messaging/Critical Alerts Leader: Learn More… The False Promise of HIPAA for Healthcare Cybersecurity HIPAA regulations might not be enough for the current healthcare cybersecurity threats. Article Courtesy of:  Health IT Security The recent ransomware attack on Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center highlights the healthcare cybersecurity risks organizations face today. Unfortunately, this cyber attack also reveals the inadequacy of the HIPAA Security Rule to provide guidance on the numerous healthcare cybersecurity threats that are not associated with ePHI. The reasons why HIPAA is poorly suited for the risks posed by cyber threats fall into three categories. The first is that this regulatory approach is narrowly focused on the security of PHI and addresses only a part of the overall cyber threat. The second is that a rules-based risk management approach does not work to mitigate the full range of cyber threats and cannot help healthcare organizations increase resilience against […] Read more »