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New study reveals what cyber resilient organisations do differently

As the world of technology grows ever more complex and cybercriminals become more aggressive and exploitative in their tactics, those in positions of responsibility can no longer rely on the traditional IT security protection wall around their corporate networks to ward off cyber threats. Sooner or later an attacker will find a way in and […]

The Path To Cyber Resilience

How to become cyber resilient In a world of growing digital complexity, and as technology becomes more ingrained in our everyday lives, hackers and cybercriminals have sought to take advantage of the situation, aggressively going after new vulnerabilities and flaws that have arisen out of this widening sphere of technological adoption. The likes of Advanced […]

An update from inside of Greenbone: our year of growth

During the past year, we’ve made considerable progress at Greenbone. We have added virtual machines to our solutions portfolio and have entered into new distribution partnerships to help us target the North American market, amongst others. We have grown our team significantly and continue to recruit. Currently, we are preparing to launch our first cloud-based […]

Greenbone Networks appoints Elmar Geese as Chief Operating Officer – Greenbone expands management team to support continued growth

Osnabrück, March 13, 2020 – Vulnerability management specialist, Greenbone Networks, today announced it has appointed Elmar Geese to the newly created role of Chief Operating Officer (COO). Geese, who joins the company’s senior management team, will play a key role in Greenbone’s future growth, overseeing the company’s expanding operations. Geese will take responsibility for Greenbone’s […]

The (hi)story of a data leak

It’s four months since Bayerischer Rundfunk and ProPublica ran reports on our research, which revealed that vast numbers of Picture Archiving & Communication Systems (PACS) – which are widely used by health providers to share and store medical scans – were leaking confidential patient data. During the last days we sent faxes (haven’t used fax […]

The „Good“, the „Bad“, and the “Ugly” – the amount of confidential patient data accessible on the internet is still rising

60 days later, the overall status of unprotected PACS system around the globe isn’t getting better. The situation is the US seems to be an unstoppable information security and data privacy desaster. 1.19 billion images That is the number of images associated with all the unprotected medical studies we found in our review of the […]

Confidential patient data accessible on the internet – a massive global data leak waiting to happen

Medical systems and processes in the healthcare sector are becoming increasingly digital. Medical providers and hospitals – like all other industries – are using internet technologies to speed up and improve the quality of the patient care they provide. Our new analysis of medical image archiving systems being used across the globe shows that this […]

Are cyber weapons worth it?

Are cyber weapons worth it? A look at the economics of hacking back On 12 May 2017, WannaCry was released into the wild and an epic story began to unfold. Spawned from a cyber weapon that had been lost by a government agency, WannaCry was a major wake up call for industries around the globe, […]

5 reasons why telecoms providers should rely on sustainable cyber resilience

Companies from the IT and telecommunications sector, which are operating critical infrastructures, are top targets for hackers. They therefore need to be as secure as possible. This is where sustainable cyber resilience comes in. Sustainable cyber resilience is a vital defence against cyberattacks. But what exactly does that mean? It’s become clear that companies can […]