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August 4, 2015:

Doctors Still In the Dark After Electronics Records Hack

Four million patients of more than 230 hospitals, doctors offices and clinics had patient data exposed in a May hack of Fort Wayne, Indiana firm Medical Informatics Engineering (MIE) and its NoMoreClipBoard electronic health records system, according to the Indiana Attorney General. The breach affected 3.9 million people in total, 1.5 million in Indiana alone, almost a […]
August 3, 2015:

Car Hacking Shifts Into High Gear

Researchers now have proven you can hack a car remotely, and will share most — but not all — of the details on how they did it. If a car’s brakes suddenly fail and send it careening uncontrollably into a ditch, how do you know whether it was a mechanical failure or the work of […]
July 31, 2015:

Gaping Holes in Security of APIs

APIs are a business accelerator. But, poorly designed, they can also empower cyber criminals and malicious actors. For a while now, application program interfaces (APIs) have been considered a tactical tool in driving a broader business strategy. Articles on popular websites like Forbes hail the advent of the “API Economy,” while influential consulting firms like […]
July 30, 2015:

Emerging Web Infrastructure Threats

The cloud services industry is beginning to sort out some of the concerns that have kept security-conscious organizations away (for example, by creating new technology like bring-your-own-key encryption schemes). Unfortunately, these improvements still don’t do anything to repair some of the very worst threats to cloud security — vulnerabilities buried in the very underpinnings of […]

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