White Hat Hackers Hit 12 American Hospitals to Prove Patient Life ‘Extremely Vulnerable’

From “White Hat Hackers Hit 12 American Hospitals to Prove Patient Life ‘Extremely Vulnerable’” Forbes (02/23/16) Fox-Brewster, Thomas Patient health is “extremely vulnerable” to digital attacks, according to a two-year research project. The research by Independent Security Evaluators (ISE), involved attacking medical organizations in controlled settings. Had the attacks been carried out by malicious hackers, …

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Teaching Churches How to Handle Mass Shootings

On June 22, 1980, a gunman entered a church in Daingerfield, TX, and killed five patrons while wounding 10 more. Now, with that massacre in mind, some churches are taking action to prevent future tragedies. Texas police officer and minister Jimmy Meeks uses the shooting as a personal landmark, marrying his wife at the church …

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Security Assessments Available from the Department of Homeland Security

You can get help on evaluating your company’s physical security as well as IT security from the Department of Homeland  Security. This assistance is provided through Don Ronsberg, Protective Security Advisor for the North Dakota District.  Don specializes in Infrastructure Protection for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. A key component of this assistance is …

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