This small article was written on 2020-04-13 when the total confirmed cases were at 1,883,000 and the death toll on New York City alone was above the number of deths… Read more Health-Care Data Exchange in the times of Coronavirus (COVID-19) – and the elephant in the room →
In the first part of this blog series, I covered how the healthcare industry can benefit from IoT and Big Data. In this week’s post I’ll take a more in-depth look into the potential security issues associated with Big Data and what the future holds for healthcare IoT. From cars and hotels, to consumer goods like lightbulbs and watches there is a growing network of everyday objects connected to the Internet. These sensors and devices generate nonstop streams of data that can improve personal and professional lives in many ways. However, with… Read more Big Data, IoT and Healthcare: Part II →
Once in a while, things happen that have incredible potential, and a couple of months down the road, everyone thinks “I could have had this idea!”. Antsle is one of… Read more Why we endorse Antsle →
Just a few years ago, I was able to overhear a conversation between a hacker and an interested person. This would-be client asked the hacker whether he would be able to hack into the Blackberry he had obtained via court order from a business partner gone bad. I was pondering about the consequences of this happening, both legally and also ethically. Obviously, the borders of moral are fuzzy these days, with everyone and their uncle spying on anyone else if they can, and noone having a bad conscious in… Read more People Hire Hackers To Get The Job Done – Business Insider →
Heise and Aftenposten both report on IMSI catchers that have been detected in Norways government quarter. Now, given that anybody with a few thousand Euro in their hands can build such an IMSI catcher (which is capable of catching much more than just an IMSI, the unique mobile identification number of a cellphone, but can actually serve as a listening device to conversations and tape streams of voice-data), it is not neglect that is to be seen. In fact, it is an inability to see attacks while they are happening… Read more Surveillance in Oslo Government Quarter shows inadequate mindset to issues →
The reaction is a mixed one. As in most new technologies these days, there is a need to consider the ownership of private data above and beyond commercial interests. The… Read more US forecast on beacons is impressive. Reaction mixed. Business Intelligence the driver. →
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