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Fortune 1000 companies are breached nearly twice as often as similarly sized, non-Fortune 1000 companies, according to the latest BitSight Insights report.

The Mirai botnet gets all the attention with some of its recent splashy attacks, but a new report from BitSight points out that it’s not the biggest botnet out there.

Ransomware has been one of the buzzwords in the health IT world all year long, but believe it or not, education receives three times as many ransomware threats as health care, according to a new...
Politico highlights the latest BitSight Insights report on Ransomware in the Morning Cybersecurity.
Jacob Olcott, vice president for security ratings firm BitSight, said the report and short-sale signal potential SEC intervention. That agency has five-year-old guidance that requires companies to...
The U.S. has one of the highest IT security ratings, with the notable exception of preventing botnet infections, according to a new six-nation survey from BitSight Insights.

“While there’s been this movement and shift by the federal government to continuously monitor our infrastructure to detect security incidents in real time, we only get reports about the security...

A hack that took down Amazon Web Services could affect nearly 40 percent of media and entertainment companies, according to security ratings company BitSight Technologies.

When you want to raise money in the bond market, you have a credit rating,” Ganesan says. “These guys do a security rating.” That kind of numerical evaluation is especially useful for insurers...

Jacob Olcott, vice president of business development at BitSight Technologies, struck a similar note. “The United States has set a very high bar for itself with respect to attributing attacks,” he...

A Chinese hacking team’s theft of millions of records from a hospital chain could be the blow that forces health care executives to invest in the equipment, expertise and information sharing that...

Health care is the industry least-prepared for a cyber attack, according to security ratings firm BitSight Technologies.