MDBR uses security services from Akamai to proactively look for traffic from domains associated with malicious activity, including ransomware attacks.

There is widespread recognition about the the security shortcomings of enterprise-wide VPN usage, yet there is no clear alternative at the same price point.

The ongoing growth in the use of cloud computing brings challenges to ensure security and the protection of data in a cloud environment.

The CIS network of volunteers expanded guidance for the public cloud and offer CIS Benchmarks specific to cloud CSP products and services.

In January 2021, the MS-ISAC observed CoinMiner’s return to the Top 10, while Danabot made its first appearance.

CIS will discuss the importance of SaaS security and security guidelines like the CIS Benchmarks,Qualys will introduce SaaS Detection and Response (SaaSDR).

Public sector CISOs face the same challenges as their private sector counterparts, but with the additional struggles unique to working in government.

Hospitals would be well minded to sign-up for the MDBR service given the increase in threat activity launched against the sector during 2020.

EAST GREENBUSH, NY, Feb 22, 2021 – The Center for Internet Security, Inc (CIS®) is issuing a Request for Information (RFI) today for a state,

The MDBR service is being offered from CIS with support from Akamai, and can help protect hospital IT systems against ransomware attacks.

The Multi-State Information Sharing and Analysis Center has created a list of End-of-Support (EOS) software dates from 1/01/2019 to 4/2020.

March 24, 2021 | 4:00 pm EDT What attendees will be learning: In Part 2 of this four-part series, we'll discuss how to align with and achieve CMMC

CIS's service uses software from the cybersecurity vendor Akamai aimed at proactively identifying, blocking, and mitigating threats.

The service will allow private hospitals to take advantage of additional threat intelligence services from both Akamai and CIS.

The Malicious Domain Blocking and Reporting Service is also available to all U.S. public hospitals via no-cost membership in the MS-ISAC.

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