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Content tagged with Database Security posted in June 2011
Health Data Losses: Don't Blame Hackers
News  |  6/27/2011  | 
Physical theft and lost computing devices are responsible for most of the health data that has been compromised, not hacking, according to U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services.
Drug Prescription Data Mining Cleared By Supreme Court
News  |  6/24/2011  | 
A Vermont Law that forbade using prescription information collected by pharmacies for marketing purposes was declared unconstitutional on First Amendment grounds.
Next Virus Victim: Your Doctor's Or Nurse's iPad?
News  |  6/23/2011  | 
Networked devices used by medical personnel carry vulnerability to viruses and security threats, requiring careful teamwork between IT and clinical engineering, experts say.
Verizon Enhances Security Programs For Healthcare Organizations
News  |  6/2/2011  | 
The Verizon Security Management Program-Healthcare online dashboard gets a new module based on the Health Information Trust Alliance Common Security Framework.
Schwartz On Security: Your Medical Records At Risk
Commentary  |  6/1/2011  | 
The current, voluntary approach to HIPAA data security rules hasn't resulted in adequate security for electronic protected health information.


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The Snap7 server component in version 1.4.1, when an attacker sends a crafted packet with COTP protocol the last-data-unit flag set to No and S7 writes a var function, the Snap7 server will be crashed.