Configuring email notifications to be friendly but secure

I have commented in the past on the generally low security level of Microsoft ASP.Net web applications which stems from the closed Microsoft monoculture and a product strategy that prioritizes ease of use over security and privacy by hiding features and functionality from the user. In the course of a security audit/penetration test of a […]

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Orange Israel customer service sucks

I have been an Orange mobile subscriber for over 10 years – since they launched and I’m generally very happy with the operation of the network but it’s clear that if they managed their mobile network with the same incompetence that they manage their online services – Partner would have gone bankrupt years agao. Orange […]

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3 things a medical device vendor must do for security incident response

You are VP R&D or CEO or regulatory and compliance officer at a medical device company. Your medical devices measure something (blood sugar, urine analysis, facial anomalies, you name it…). The medical device interfaces to a mobile app that provides a User Interface and transfers patient data to a cloud application using RESTful services over HTTPS. Sound familiar? […]

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Medical device security in a hospital network

Medical devices are everywhere today.  In your doctors office measuring your blood pressure, at your cosmetician (for hip reduction…) and in the hospital for everything from patient monitoring to robot-assisted surgery. The people that develop embedded medical devices based on Intel platforms know that Windows is vulnerable. Lacking embedded Linux know-how, medical device developers often […]

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