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Why HIPAA privacy controls fall short of full coverage

HIPAA controls have failed to keep up with the health industry, but that may not be a bad thing. Expert Mike Chapple discusses the shortcomings in HIPAA privacy and security.


Google Project Zero finds more flaws in Symantec antivirus

Symantec patched another set of serious file parsing flaws in its antivirus products, which were discovered by Google Project Zero researcher Tavis Ormandy.


New SWIFT messaging anomaly detection may not be enough

The SWIFT messaging system aims to improve the security of supported banks with new antifraud reports, but experts are unsure how useful the anomaly detection will be.


IPhone 5c hacked by $100 NAND-mirroring process

A researcher has demonstrated a NAND-mirroring iPhone hack that could have helped the FBI crack the San Bernardino iPhone 5c at a far lower cost.

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