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Russians 'likely responsible' for Clinton campaign hack

Hillary Clinton’s campaign computers have been hacked, said sources who added Friday that the Russian government is likely responsible for yet another attack on Democrats.<p>The newly revealed attack comes after computer networks for the Democratic National Committee and the party’s fund-raising …

Government

After NSA Targeting, Google Researcher Exposes 'Trivial' Antivirus Hacking

Earlier this week, fresh Edward Snowden leaks showed how the National Security Agency (NSA) targeted a range of foreign antivirus firms. It was no surprise intelligence agencies were interested in exploiting antivirus; such security software has access to most files across operating systems, from …

National Security Agency (NSA)

HIPAA Compliance and Secure Texting

5 HIPAA Hurdles for Health App Developers

<i>What will it take for health app developers to achieve HIPAA compliance and protect your personal health data? Medable’s CEO Dr. Michelle Longmire</i> …

HIPAA reforms increasingly likely — Overdue HHS rule could affect payments in data breaches

<i>With help from Arthur Allen (@ArthurAllen202) and Joseph Marks (@Joseph_Marks_)</i><p><b>HIPAA ON THE CHOPPING BLOCK?:</b> Congress is getting an earful from tech companies and health care providers about the short comings of HIPAA. Lawmakers could change the landmark 1996 privacy law as soon as next year. The …

Health Care

Hospitals' dirty little secret: Caregivers sharing clinical data via personal phones

SAN FRANCISCO — Hospital caregivers typically bring their own mobile devices to work and use them to share clinical and care coordination information other members of their multidisciplinary care team. It’s a practice that screams “HIPAA violation.”<p>Much of this information is transmitted via text …