The economic damage of a successful major cyber-attack against a large cloud services provider could be similar in scale to … Continue reading Cloud computing: Why a major cyber-attack could be as costly as a hurricane
I have been a family physician practising in this province for 30 years. It is a great joy looking after … Continue reading GREAT READ: Survival at the front lines of the health-care quagmire
Cyber-warfare – Yesterday a massive DDoS attack took down a large portion of the Internet leaving sites offline or at … Continue reading #IoT #DDoS loophole? Do You Still Trust The Internet?
Although many enterprises have user access security measures in place, both on-premises and in the cloud, they may not have … Continue reading Where Cloud Security Falls Short
With the “Cloud” getting ever more prevalent it is increasingly coming under more attack. It has become the option for … Continue reading Seems that confidence in the cloud is starting to wane…
In 1986, a person with lung cancer would be linked to approximately two types of disease. After the genome sequencing … Continue reading Why big data means big changes for personalized healthcare
Is your cloud (online web-based) application vulnerable to hackers? Do you even know if the OpenSSL security flaw and bug … Continue reading What is your appetite for risk with your patient data?
By Nicole Perlroth The Heartbleed bug that made news last week drew attention to one of the least understood elements … Continue reading #Heartbleed bug exposes #OpenSSL project’s meager resources
The vast majority of those taking advantage of free, open-source software such as OpenSSL do nothing to contribute to its … Continue reading #Heartbleed #OpenSSL Bug Reveals the True Cost of #OpenSource Software
New Brunswick has moved “from almost the worst in the country to near the front of the pack” for electronic … Continue reading E-records coming for hundreds of thousands of patients