June Cyberattack Bites Into Nuance Revenues
The NotPetya malware hit Nuance's cloud-based dictation and transcription services for hospitals and health systems, costing it $53 million in Q4 revenue.
Malware Bug to Infect Nuance’s Q3 Results
The company says the "NotPetya" malware attack caused a loss of healthcare transcription revenues and left it unable to fulfill customer orders.
‘Patch Act’ Seeks to Avert WannaCry-like Attacks
The bill would make hidden cyber glitches transparent to corporations.
Massive Ransomware Wave Hits Banks, Hospitals
“I’ve never seen anything before like this. This is nuts," a security expert says of the WannaCry attacks.
Don’t Just Mitigate Ransomware
CFOs must ensure their companies are prepared to thwart ransomware attacks and protect the organization's reputation.
Chinese Hackers Accused of Insider Trading
The SEC says the hackers generated $3 million in illicit profits by stealing nonpublic information from law firms' computer networks.
Symantec Bets $2.3B on Identity Theft Protection
The maker of Norton antivirus software is acquiring LifeLock in a move to further diversify its computer security offerings.
Wendy’s Says Hack Hit More Payment Terminals
The burger chain reports cyberattackers used malware to breach a second POS system, accessing payment card data that may have been used for fraud.
Vietnam Bank Reports Attempted Cyberheist
Tien Phong Bank says it thwarted an attack involving the same technique used in the theft from the Bangladesh central bank.
Bangladesh Bank Hack Exploited SWIFT Software
U.K. security researchers say the cyberattack is a warning to all financial institutions that run SWIFT Alliance Access and similar systems.
IRS Warns Taxpayers of Jump in Email Scams
Tax professionals are also reporting phishing scams that are seeking their online credentials to IRS services.