Competent healthcare providers are great at medical things.
Securing electronic devices or health records? Not so much, the Ponemon Institute finds.
In a new report, the government takes the FDA to task for ignoring the possibility that insulin pumps and defibrillators are susceptible to malware, unauthorized access and denial of service.
SSCC 70 - Patch Tuesday, insulin pump hacking, Android patching, ChromeOS hacking, archiving our digital past
Vanja Svajcer joins Chester Wisniewski to discuss the papers and demos they attended at last week's Black Hat and DEFCON conferences. Topics covered include Android patch cycles, Fixing the SSL CA problem, insulin pump hacking, Google ChromeOS flaws and archiving our digital past.
At this year's Black Hat 2011 conference Jay Radcliffe presented research on the security of consumer medical devices, specifically the hackability of modern insulin pumps. The results are not promising...