Data Warehousing

By Bernie Monegain 11:08 am December 01, 2016
Experian sees healthcare as particularly vulnerable to cyberattacks because medical identity theft remains so lucrative and relatively easy for hackers to exploit – and they continue to find markets for reselling patient data.
By Jessica Davis 12:18 pm November 22, 2016
There is still no way to decrypt the virus, first discovered in March. It's now spreading via Facebook messenger.

Oracle headquarters in Redwood Shores, California (photo: King of Hearts/Wikimedia)

By Jessica Davis 12:03 pm November 21, 2016
Oracle has signed an agreement to acquire cloud-based internet performance and DNS provider, Dyn, the technology giant announced Monday. Financial terms were not disclosed.  
Intel Broad MIT Harvard
By Jessica Davis 04:42 pm November 17, 2016
The five-year partnership will focus on best practices for genomics analytics and collaborating on tools to better process and integrate data.
By Jessica Davis 10:24 am November 16, 2016
Master decryption keys for the major ransomware strain Crysis were released on security blog BleepingComputer forum by a member on Monday. The user's post contained the master keys and directions on how it should be used.

Diana, Princess of Wales Hospital in Grimsby, Lincolnshire, part of the Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust.

By Jessica Davis 03:08 pm November 02, 2016
Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust diverted its major trauma patients and cancelled all planned operations on Sunday, following what was cited as a 'virus outbreak,' according to Krebs on Security.
By Jessica Davis 10:49 am November 02, 2016
A hacker group released a new malware strain into the wild able to override IoT devices for use in DDoS attacks. Linux/IRC Telnet or the 'new Aidra' was discovered by researchers who posted an analysis on an anti-malware site.
By Jessica Davis 11:24 am November 01, 2016
Seventy percent of security industry professionals believe threat intelligence is too complex or voluminous to provide actionable insights, according to Ponemon Institute's Threat Intelligence report released today.

Disaster recovery and backup are one of the 'first areas where hospitals dip their toe in cloud computing,' said Kathy Downing of AHIMA.

By Sherree Geyer 12:18 pm October 28, 2016
Big opportunities for efficiencies and cost savings mean cloud should become 'the archetype for small organizations' (and some big ones too).
By Mike Miliard 10:32 am October 28, 2016
With research institutions 'choking on data,' new precision medicine technology helps researchers manage large volumes.

Most Read

The Daily Brief Newsletter