Posts Tagged 'healthcare'
La mayoría de los delincuentes dirige sus ataques contra aquellos objetivos que son más débiles y redituables, es decir contra las víctimas que no pueden defenderse y de las que pueden obtener más dinero que de cualquier otra persona común; en el caso de los ciberdelincuentes esta premisa también se cumple, sobre todo en el […]
In the absence of hard figures, improved threat detection can be difficult to sell to executive management, especially when competing with mandated projects and buzzword-rich initiatives. We’ve created a program that helps CISOs influence and drive urgency through quantifiable business outcomes that speak to organizational goals. Here’s an example of how this worked for a […]
Connected devices are working wonders for managing treatment, but their integration with consumer technology and cloud computing raises significant security issues. What has been happening over the past week or month with your blood pressure, heart rate, glucose level, respiration, or oxygen levels? How much and what type of exercise do you do, and what […]
If 2014 set the tone of cyberattacks on larger institutions, 2015 is setting the cadence. And man, is it a sour song. The latest data breach comes courtesy of cybercriminals who targeted patient information at Premera Blue Cross, a major healthcare provider. Premera Blue Cross announced its cybersecurity breach on Sunday, saying that attackers may […]
I’m at the 2013 mHealth Summit and made a few observations about this growing industry and security. First some highlights from the conference, in the U.S. 5% of the population is chronically ill, 15% are ill and rest of the 80% are in reasonably good health. There were plenty of exhibitors and sessions around mobile […]