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?
The growing concern with ransomware attacks at hospitals is provisionally a healthcare IT problem, but as the number of such … Continue reading Ransomware attacks: Hospitals need to weigh bottom line–or just take some basic steps
Important Notice: As we have previously indicated, on March 30, 2016, the Grandview Medical Centre experienced a computer malfunction. As … Continue reading An important update about the electronic medical data loss Grandview Medical Centre in Cambridge
Did we see this coming? Well the last 2 to 3 months have been interesting and a bit disconcerting, for … Continue reading Instability with #EMR in #Ontario?
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
Through its relentless innovation and discovery, Samsung Electronics West Africa has introduced into the smart phone econ-system Samsung Galaxy S5 … Continue reading Samsung New Galaxy S5 Boasts Health With Heart Rate Sensor
A Fredericton doctor says the province’s new electronic medical records system has created an uneven playing field. Dr. Doug Varty … Continue reading E-patient record system makes uneven playing field, says MD
Open-source software may seem like a cheap way to equip your organization with the tools it needs to compete in … Continue reading 3 Dangers of Opensource Freeware