According to CNBC, Facebook sent a doctor on a secret mission to ask hospitals to share patient data. Facebook was also in talks with top hospitals
Facebook’s proposal to match anonymized patient data with user profiles has some experts worried about the possible privacy implications of such a project.
Facebook’s reported move to match user’s health records at hospitals with data from their Facebook profiles is troubling, says Tampa Bay cybersecurity pioneer Kurt Long.
Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) has put
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is set to testify before several Congressional committees in the coming days to address data privacy concerns around his company, as well as, the Russian election
Healthcare continues to be a popular target for ransomware, cryptomining, data theft, phishing, and insider threats.
Consumers are more worried now about their protected health information (PHI) being compromised, thanks to high-profile
Security on Apple devices might not be as impenetrable as many thought.
Forbes reported this week that Cellebrite, an Israel-based vendor and major U.S. government contractor, is now able to unlock
When it comes to cybersecurity breaches, we tend to think of large corporations or governmental institutions that hold vast amounts of personal data. However,
Enterprises throughout the world are worried about their identity management and governance not only because they fear external threats, but internal ones as well. 90% of enterprises fear an insider threat, whether
Bredai ‘Dai’ Snyder of Care Coordination Institute Describes Effort
Protecting 4 million patient records from breaches takes a multifaceted approach, says Bredai “Dai” Snyder of Care Coordination Institute, a South Carolina-based company that works with healthcare
The Cybersecurity Command Center, one of the featured exhibits during HIMSS18 in Las Vegas, is intended to provide a real-world grounding in some of the threats facing healthcare organizations, as well