Hacker removes files from New Mexico hospital's computers, exposes 69,000 patients' info

San Juan Regional Medical Center in Farmington, N.M., recently began notifying nearly 69,000 patients that their protected health information was compromised by hackers.

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Energy Department Revising Cybersecurity Requirements for Nuclear Administration Contractors

The Department of Energy will be changing its cybersecurity and information technology requirements in response to contractors who work on the security of the nation’s nuclear stockpile who say they’re too onerous to comply with.

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PERSPECTIVE: Holding the Privatized Energy Sector More Accountable for Cyberattacks

When looking at the worldwide energy sector, several countries use different models. Some countries like China and India have established state-owned businesses while the U.S. decided almost from its inception to privatize. There are many pros and cons to each approach...

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The hacker group that went after one of Apple’s suppliers found a new victim

The hacker group REvil has become a headache for a new victim: a 50-person firm based in Albuquerque, New Mexico, that consults with the federal government on security-related...

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