With exponential growth in the wearable technology sector, it’s no surprise that we’ve seen an increase in attention on medical technology. And with that comes a second thought—what does all this mean from a cybersecurity standpoint? How protected is this data? It’s a question not only for these new entrants to the scene, but the old guard and institutions who use both.
Cybersecurity has never been a bigger issue than it is now here in 2014. And it isn’t like it getting smaller anytime soon, what with a new regulatory agency jumping into the fray nearly every month. This month, you can add the FCC to the list as the agency issued its first data security fine, for $10 million against two telecommunications providers.
Though they were talked about before, that talk has grown to a roar as national support for equipping body cameras on every police officer is growing. The thing is, they have been implemented in some cities—and their effect is simply staggering.
There is certainly danger in taking issue with the level of alarm some people are taking with regards to the Ebola outbreak. Certainly, it isn’t the worst thing to treat this deadly outbreak with the level of caution and concern it deserves Then again, we’ve seen plenty of instances when this level of concern has just gone too far.
The Converse Chuck Taylor All Stars are one of the most popular shoes in history. And no only that, but they’re widely emulated as well. But while they say imitation is the most sincere form of flattery, it isn’t always so in the world of business as Converse’s efforts to protect their look certainly show.