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Nymi Band for workers safety health

Nymi Launches Wearable Wristband For Health and Safety of Workers

Nymi announced the launch of a wearable wristband for workers. The Version 3.0 Nymi Band enables industries to incorporate Nymi’s password-less technology to ensure the health, safety, and security of connected workers. The Nymi Band ensures zero-trust security principles and access control using fingerprint and heartbeat biometrics enabling a range of use cases that includes […]
ResearchAndMarkets report Software Defined Perimeter Market

Global Software-Defined Perimeter Market Expected To Grow At A CAGR of 5% During 2020-2025

The global software-defined perimeter market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5% over the forecast period 2020 to 2025, according to a new report by ResearchAndMarkets.com. Wikipedia defines Software Defined Perimeter as: “Software Defined Perimeter (SDP), also called a “Black Cloud”, is an approach to computer security which evolved from the work done […]
HandsFree Health personalized health

HandsFree Health Files Patent For Secure and Personalized Health Experience For Users

HandsFree Health, well-known for its WellBe, a secure, HIPAA compliant, voice-enabled virtual health assistant platform, announced the company has filed a new patent to add to its technology portfolio. The patent-pending technology identifies individuals within a household so that each person has a secure and personalized health experience within the HandsFree Health platform. Read more […]
Covid19 apps spark security concerns

COVID-19 Contact Tracing Apps In Bahrain, Kuwait and Norway Among Most Dangerous for Privacy

Amnesty International reported last week that the COVID-19 contact tracing apps in Bahrain, Kuwait and Norway are some of the most invasive COVID-19 contact tracing apps around the world, putting the privacy and security of hundreds of thousands of people at risk. Read more Germany Backs Away From Centralized Approach to App for COVID-19 Contact […]
SweynTooth vulnerabilities

FDA: “SweynTooth” Cybersecurity Vulnerabilities Found in Certain Medical Devices with Bluetooth Low Energy

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is informing patients, health care providers and manufacturers about a set of cybersecurity vulnerabilities, referred to as “SweynTooth,” that – if exploited – may introduce risks for certain medical devices. SweynTooth affects the wireless communication technology known as Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE). BLE allows two devices to “pair” […]
Wearable Microphone Jammer

Wearable Microphone Jammer Disables Microphones in the User’s Surroundings

The rise of voice command technology like Alexa and Google Assistant is opening the door to a new type of security breach. Consumers are becoming increasingly nervous with the fact that these interactive devices are, by default, always listening, recording, and possibly saving sensitive personal information. Is there a way to protect users from misuse […]