Posts tagged Dark Web
Healthcare: Cyber Risk Continues to Climb, Industry Slow to Act

The NJCCIC assesses with high confidence the cyber threat and overall risk to the healthcare industry is high and increasing. In contrast to the large insurance breaches of 2015, assessed to be the work of Chinese threat actors conducting industrial espionage to support their largely state-run healthcare industry, profit-motivated hackers pose the greatest threat to the majority of healthcare organizations today.

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Dark Web: Illicit Activity Thriving on the Underground Internet

The NJCCIC assesses with high confidence that a broad range of criminals, malicious hackers, and violent extremists will increasingly utilize the dark web—the underground Internet only accessible via special software that maintains the anonymity of users—to facilitate illicit activity, which will present threats to public safety as threat actors can securely communicate, conspire, and acquire materials or know-how.

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