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Responsible Disclosure on a Timetable

In response to its haphazard patch release cycle in the late 1990s, Microsoft launched an every second-Tuesday-of-the-month “Patch Tuesday” program in 2004. Last week, on February 14 to be exact, Microsoft abruptly canceled its current monthly set of patches and said that its slate of new patches would return on March 14. The problem is […]

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Shining a Light Onto Cybersecurity at the 2017 HIMSS Conference

Next month, over 40,000 health IT professionals, clinicians, executives, and vendors will converge from around the globe to attend the 2017 HIMSS Annual Conference and Exhibition. The event will take place from February 19-23 in Orlando, Florida. We’re looking forward to those five days of exceptional education, cutting-edge health IT product discussions, and powerful networking opportunities. […]

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What to Look Forward to at the 2017 Medical Device Security 101 Conference

This year’s Medical Device Security 101 Conference is just days away. We’re looking forward to meeting attendees January 15-17 in sunny Lake Buena Vista, Florida. Identify, prevent, recover. We’d like to thank the University of Michigan’s Archimedes Center for Medical Device Security for hosting the two-day educational workshop. This synergistic environment explores how to identify, […]

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