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Daily information security news with a focus on enterprise security.
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CSC Introduces Solution to Help Customers Comply with Cybersecurity Mandates - DailyFinance

CSC Introduces Solution to Help Customers Comply with Cybersecurity Mandates - DailyFinance | Medical Device Hacking | Scoop.it
CSC Introduces Solution to Help Customers Comply with Cybersecurity Mandates FALLS CHURCH, Va.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- CSC (CSC Introduces Solution to Help Customers Comply with Cybersecurity Mandates - DailyFinance http://t.co/cvhvlQtifO...
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Most Data Breaches Caused by Human Error, System Glitches

Most Data Breaches Caused by Human Error, System Glitches | Medical Device Hacking | Scoop.it
Companies can significantly decrease the cost of data breaches by teaching employees not to cut corners and by adopting a strong security posture and an incident response plan.
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Is Anyone Really Responsible for Your Company's Data Security? - blogs.hbr.org (blog)

Is Anyone Really Responsible for Your Company's Data Security? - blogs.hbr.org (blog) | Medical Device Hacking | Scoop.it
Is Anyone Really Responsible for Your Company's Data Security?
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Trade secrets, confidential business plans, and operational security depend on it. Losing that kind of information can mean a plunge in stock price and market share.
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Cyber threats and leaks spur increased security focus - Reuters

Cyber threats and leaks spur increased security focus - Reuters | Medical Device Hacking | Scoop.it
Cyber threats and leaks spur increased security focus Reuters PARIS (Reuters) - Increased cyber espionage by China and recent leaks by a contractor working at the National Security Agency have put a sharp focus on cyber security for aerospace and...
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Apple Rejects Some Medical Drug Guide Apps From App Store

According to reports, Apple has been rejecting certain medical and health applications that contain prescription and over-the-counter medication information.

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Infographic: Is Cyberchrondria the Darkside of Digital Health?

Infographic: Is Cyberchrondria the Darkside of Digital Health? | Medical Device Hacking | Scoop.it
Is the rise of digital health tools such as mobile health, telehealth, and remote patient monitoring creating a new nation of cyberchondriacs?

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Board Urges Feds to Prevent Medical Device Hacking

Board Urges Feds to Prevent Medical Device Hacking | Medical Device Hacking | Scoop.it

In the wake of increasing concern about the security of wireless medical devices, a privacy and security advisory board is calling on the government to grant the FDA or other federal entity the authority to assess the security of devices before they’re released for sale to the market.

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Medical device hacking - FDA are told to start taking it seriously

Medical device hacking - FDA are told to start taking it seriously | Medical Device Hacking | Scoop.it
In a new report, the government takes the FDA to task for ignoring the possibility that insulin pumps and defibrillators are susceptible to malware, unauthorized access and denial of service.

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Information Security Solution Architect

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New #job: Information Security Solution Architect, City of London .. http://t.co/4MCQeZplKq #itjobs @JobsIT_UK
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The terrifying nature of the new cyber warfare and Monsanto’s strong ties to U.S. secret services, the U.S. military, private security companies and U.S. government

The terrifying nature of the new cyber warfare and Monsanto’s strong ties to U.S. secret services, the U.S. military, private security companies and U.S. government | Medical Device Hacking | Scoop.it
The terrifying nature of the new cyber warfare and Monsanto’s strong ties to U.S. secret services, the U.S. military, private security companies and U.S.
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Dear Wall Street: Think bigger about cybersecurity - The Hill (blog)

Dear Wall Street: Think bigger about cybersecurity - The Hill (blog) | Medical Device Hacking | Scoop.it
Dear Wall Street: Think bigger about cybersecurity The Hill (blog) Similar news stories about cyber attacks abound, and there is an emerging consensus that the federal government is going to keep funding for cybersecurity products and services...
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Minnesota Public Radio: Conflict between privacy rights and security is nothing new

Minnesota Public Radio: Conflict between privacy rights and security is nothing new | Medical Device Hacking | Scoop.it

The recent revelations over NSA phone record surveillance has brought the issue of government spying, privacy and transparency back into the spotlight - but not for the first time. U.S. history shows repeated collisions between government's desire for information and a citizen's right to privacy, and between the government's freedom to act and the public's demand for transparency.

 

We take a historical look at transparency and privacy in American government, from the Nixon days of wiretapping to Obama's gathering of cell phone data. We examine how U.S. law has changed over time to accommodate shifting technologies, and we look at shifting perceptions of government surveillance. [via @MPR and @MPRnews]           


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USF Law Professor Susan Freiwald was a guest on this program. Professor Freiwald publishes and presents widely in the areas of cyberlaw and information privacy. A former software developer, Freiwald has authored and co-authored amicus briefs in major cases involving electronic surveillance laws.

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Which mHealth Apps Are Doctors Prescribing?

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This week, HealthTap, a fast-growing mobile health platform that connects users with a network of more than 40,000  doctors - rolled out something called

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FDA Staffers Keep Busy Reviewing Thousands of Promotional Pieces Each Month | Medivo BTP Insights

FDA Staffers Keep Busy Reviewing Thousands of Promotional Pieces Each Month | Medivo BTP Insights | Medical Device Hacking | Scoop.it

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Medical Device Hacking Summit to be Hosted by Mocana, Symantec & Codenomicon ... - MarketWatch (press release)

Medical Device Hacking Summit to be Hosted by Mocana, Symantec & Codenomicon ... - MarketWatch (press release) | Medical Device Hacking | Scoop.it
Medical Device Hacking Summit to be Hosted by Mocana, Symantec & Codenomicon ...MarketWatch (press release)SAN FRANCISCO, Oct 03, 2011 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Mocana, a company that focuses on smart device security, will host a summit of technology leaders...

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Firewall can stop medical device 'hacking'

Firewall can stop medical device 'hacking' | Medical Device Hacking | Scoop.it

U.S. researchers say a prototype firewall can keep hackers from interfering with wireless medical devices such as pacemakers and insulin-delivery systems.

 

A team of scientists from Purdue and Princeton universities had previously demonstrated how medical devices could be hacked, potentially leading to catastrophic consequences.

 

"You could imagine all sorts of scary possibilities," Anand Raghunathan, a Purdue professor of electrical and computer engineering, said. "What motivated us to work on this problem was the ease with which we were able to break into wireless medical systems."

 

The potentially vulnerable devices include pacemakers and continuous glucose monitoring and insulin delivery systems for patients with diabetes

 


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