Tag Archives: Cybersecurity

Alert fatigue a big problem for cybersecurity professionals too

Security operations center analysts are being overwhelmed by alerts, and say their jobs are too busy with chasing down and investigating what are too often false alarms, according to a new report. WHY IT MATTERSThat burnout isn’t without its cost on workforce readiness and staff morale. The survey, from CriticalStart, a security vendor specializing in… Read More »

Accenture to provide ‘world class’ perimeter cybersecurity services to the NHS

US firm Accenture has signed a contract with NHS Digital to provide free-to-adopt perimeter cybersecurity services across the NHS.    The new offering will deploy technology from security firms Palo Alto and Imperva to build on the current provision from the Data Security Centre. Hospital trusts and other care settings will be able to access… Read More »

FDA issues cybersecurity warning about Medtronic insulin pumps

The Food and Drug Administration on Thursday warned patients and providers to be aware that certain Medtronic MiniMed insulin pumps are being recalled because of potential cybersecurity risks. According to the regulatory agency, the recalled pumps include Medtronic’s MiniMed 508 insulin pump and MiniMed Paradigm series insulin pumps, which wirelessly connect to patients’ blood glucose… Read More »