Healthcare: Responsibilities, regulations and legacies

Cyberattacks on healthcare organizations can put patients’ lives and entire organizations at risk. There are numerous reasons why cyber attackers seem to favour healthcare facilities as a target: private patient information is worth a lot of money, medical devices are easy entry points, and there’s a lot of outdated technology.

Resilience in the face of adversity

There was a time when today’s tech-giant Apple faced bankruptcy. What happened, and how did Apple get to where it is now despite facing adversity?

The Authentication Apocalypse

Join us on the latest episode of Threat Talks, aptly named ‘Authentication Apocalypse.’ Our hosts, Lieuwe Jan Koning and Luca Cipriano, explore the pressing topic of authentication with Harald Bosman, a seasoned endpoint engineer from AMS-IX.

Supply chain – Business as usual?

In this ‘Suppy chain – Business as usual?’ episode of Threat Talks, Lieuwe Jan Koning and Luca Cipriano dive into the escalating risk of supply chain attacks amid growing reliance on third-party and open-source software. Featuring insights from Matthijs Zwart, CIO and CISO of Vitens, the discussion explores the implications of these threats in critical sectors like water supply.

False sense of cybersecurity

Adopting a transformative cybersecurity strategy can redefine business success. While the current adoption rate or Zero Trust – a transformative cybersecurity strategy – among large enterprises is just 1% as of January 2023, Gartner projects a growth to 10% by 2026.

Can’t deny DDoS in 2024?

DDoS attacks are orchestrated efforts where malicious actors aim to disrupt the normal flow of traffic to a specific server, service, or entire network. They flood the target with a torrent of internet traffic—much like those empty boxes in our scenario—making it impossible for legitimate traffic to get through. These attacks can cripple websites, slow down services, or even bring them to a complete halt, affecting businesses and users alike.