The World Health Organization (WHO) reports an increase in cyberattacks on WHO networks.
The Federal Drug Administration has warned that certain insulin pumps are vulnerable to cyberattacks, prompting recalls from the identified pumps that could put patients at risk.
As DNA sequencing becomes more common, those who access and store patient genetic data need to make it secure, but when university researchers looked at the types of open-source programs currently used by many DNA test companies, they found the DNA data process pipeline to be vulnerable to hacking.
Digital attackers are sending out fake flu warnings that appear to come from the US Centers for Disease Control (CDC) in order to distribute GandCrab ransomware.
Cyberbiosecurity is being proposed as a formal new enterprise encompassing cybersecurity, cyber-physical security, and biosecurity as applied to biological and biomedical-based systems.
Baltimore, Maryland’s 911 dispatch system was hacked by an unknown actor(s), prompting a temporary shutdown of automated dispatching.
The landscape of biosecurity is changing due to the rapid advent of new life science knowledge, science and technology, and their availability, along with the greater ability to understand how these can be adapted and applied for misuse.
The cyber-physical nature of biotechnology raises security concerns.
This document serves the goal of developing procedures and guidelines to create and improve secure information management systems and data exchange mechanisms for CBRN materials under regulatory control.
The focus of this document is to provide guidance for the development of information security management system planning documents for at chemical, biological, radiological, or nuclear (CBRN) facilities.