How Secure is Your Medical Data?

Imagine getting online with your doctor on the other end of the streaming connection, and then sending her real-time data of your blood pressure and glucose levels for real-time analysis and consultation.  It’s convenient, it’s timely, and it’s altogether probably cheaper than making a visit to the office.  But is your information secure?  Who else The post How Secure is Your Medical Data? appeared first on Radware Blog.
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The Quadruple Play for your Local Grocer – Security, Voice, Data, and Video – and Bananas Too!

Earlier this year, Radware published “From the Front Lines- How a Multinational Bank Handled a Ransom Threat and SSL-based Attack” – a very timely piece describing the risks that large banking institutions face in the current security climate. However, perhaps lost in the message was the impact to smaller, local financial institutions (think credit unions, The post The Quadruple Play for your Local Grocer – Security, Voice, Data, and Video – and Bananas Too! appeared first on Radware Blog.
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Hospital Stays Can Take Out More Than Your Organs

The Cyber Theft Threat in Healthcare and how Service Providers can Transform Risk to Reward You went to the hospital to get your appendix out and one week later your identity was taken from you as well.  How did this happen? In their 2017 Data Breach survey, Verizon found that ransomware has jumped up from The post Hospital Stays Can Take Out More Than Your Organs appeared first on Radware Blog.
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Eliminating Single Points of Failure, Part 1

The Risk DDoS Attacks Pose to Enterprises The Role of the Firewall A Firewall is a necessary first step in protecting an enterprise network by establishing a barrier between a trusted, secure internal network and another outside untrusted network such as the Internet. Firewalls have evolved considerably over the years, with the advent of next-generation The post Eliminating Single Points of Failure, Part 1 appeared first on Radware Blog.
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