Heartbleed Bug Endangers Medical Data, Internet as a Whole
So far, I’m not seeing much coverage of the Heartbleed bug and the security of patient information, although the Heartbleed crypto bug may be the biggest security news/threat of the year.
Chris Wiltz writes:
A bug has been discovered by security solutions provider Codenomicon Defensics and Google Security that would allow hackers to access a variety of personal information without being detected. It’s been dubbed “Heartbleed” and its medical-sounding name isn’t the only reason that device makers and healthcare IT should be concerned.
…. I don’t want to sound alarmist here, but this is serious.
Indeed. Read more on MDDI.