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August 19, 2014  3:37 PM

Healthy Respect for Security – Medical Data Breaches

Jeff Cutler Jeff Cutler Profile: Jeff Cutler
Hack, Healthcare, Security, Stolen data

One of the hats I wore before jumping into my role as freelance writer was as an employee of a rehabilitation facility. This rehab - for physical injuries and ailments - was a small player in the huge sea of hospitals and provider companies. To that end, their systems were hardly interconnected,...

July 30, 2014  4:19 PM

IE no more secure than an unlocked car

Jeff Cutler Jeff Cutler Profile: Jeff Cutler
CTO, Hack, Hackers, Internet Explorer, IT, Security, Software

My MINI Cooper is parked in a garage. In the car is a pile of coins that if counted would amount to $34, probably. That’s why I locked the doors, hid the coins, parked in sight of the lot attendant and ensured that nothing else of value was in view of passersby.

Paranoid? Maybe....


June 6, 2014  11:28 AM

Breaching your Bronco – data hacks and automobiles

Jeff Cutler Jeff Cutler Profile: Jeff Cutler
computer, DDOS, Hack, SAFETY

I took my car in for service the other day because the electrical system was acting up. No, not under warranty. Cost $1000. But that's neither here nor there. The real discussion point here is that our vehicles are now so sophisticated they might be dangerous. What if the electrical system issue...


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