31st Jul 2014

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Health Information Technology

Health IT represents the exchange of health information in an electronic environment.  Greater use of Health IT will improve the quality of health care and prevent medical errors.  Health IT can increase efficiencies, reduce costs,…

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30th Jul 2014

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Ransomware Attack Hits Thousands of U.S. Android Users

Android users in U.S. and 30 countries have been attacked with ransomware demanding a fee to unlock devices. Kaspersky Lab said the browser-based ransomware connected to this campaign appears to be based in Russia. Google…

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26th Jul 2014

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About CourteOrders

CourteOrders is a secure easy paperless system to streamline your court workflow. Judges can e-sign court documents securely from anywhere. E-signing technology can integrate with court’s existing network to sign court orders with security and…

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25th Jul 2014

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Goodwill Investigating Possible Theft of Credit Card Data

Nonprofit Goodwill, 2,900 stores, sells donated clothing and goods to use in work training and job placement services. Secret Service is investigating a possible breach of credit card data at Goodwill and thecyber crooks from…

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24th Jul 2014

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Technology is Transforming Health Care

Digital innovations are changing the Healthcare world and may lead to dramatic health care improvements. Digital devices in our lives have changed how we communicate and could lead to a historic medical shakeup.The Medicine community…

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23rd Jul 2014

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Digital privacy: Stanford law school clinic at center of epic Supreme court ruling

Professor Fisher of Stanford and his students worked hard on the Supreme Court case to require a warrant to search cell phones. The decision establishes strict privacy boundaries for law enforcement in a new digital…

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21st Jul 2014

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About CourteOrders

E-sign your court documents with a secure easy process called CourteOrders. Judges can e-sign documents securely from anywhere. This e-signing technology can integrate with the court’s existing network to sign court orders with security and…

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18th Jul 2014

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Is the US Government helping cyber crooks

Is the US Government responsible for unknowingly handing cyber weapons to criminals? The malware program Gauss may have been based on the Suxnet cyber weapon of the US. Government. Kaspersky Security Lab said”Authors of Gauss…

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16th Jul 2014

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About CourteOrders

E-sign your court documents with a secure easy process called CourteOrders. Judges can e-sign documents securely from anywhere. This e-signing technology can integrate with the court’s existing network to sign court orders with security and…

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14th Jul 2014

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U.S. Accuses Chinese Executive of Hacking to Mine Military Data

Owner of Chinese Aviation Company is charged with stealing information from US defense contractors. American officials are trying to prosecute and stop what they call rampant Chinese industrial espionage. LA prosecutors accuse Su Bin of…

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12th Jul 2014

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Corporate Boards Race to Shore up Cybersecurity

Corporate Boards now see Cybersecurity as an important issue not to be ignored. Kellogg Co. is worried about computer hackers stealing the company secrets and hired their first CISO.Tyson Foods Directors wants briefed yearly on…

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11th Jul 2014

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Controversial Cybersecurity Bill Known as CISA Advances out of Senate Committee

New Cyber Information Sharing Act (CISA) moves out of Senate Committee to help improve USA companies’ ability to fight cybercrime. The purpose of CISA bill is to help companies and the USA government stop hackers…

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10th Jul 2014

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Senate report details Target’s missed changes to stop data breach?

Senate report says Target had opportunities to stop the cyber thieves from stealing personal information. Report says that target used vulnerable vendors, ignored warning signs and failed to isolate sensitive information. The cyber attackers first…

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9th Jul 2014

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Is HIPAA Creating More Problems than its Preventing?

Many think HIPAA is creating problems and they are having trouble meeting HIPAA’s privacy and security requirements. “Is HIPAA creating more problems than its preventing?” asks Medscape.  Do the privacy restrictions of HIPAA interfere with…

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3rd Jul 2014

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Sony settles Data Breach Lawsuit

Sony settles class action lawsuit for 2011 data breach of 77 million customers! With no CISO at the time of the attacks, Sonny hired Philip Reitinger from the Department of Homeland Security to be the…

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2nd Jul 2014

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SC Congress London mulls data breach responsibility

London Conference asks who is responsible for a data breach like the one at Target. Is the CEO or CISO responsible?  The CEO decides the security budget but the CISO spends it so both should…

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1st Jul 2014

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Major Ruling Shields Privacy of Cellphones

This is a digital age victory for privacy rights! Police need a warrant to search cellphones for information! ThisSupreme Court decision will protect the rights of the 12 million people arrested every year. “This is…

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