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Medical Security Looks to NIST Framework

By Suzanne B. Schwartz
Protecting medical devices from ever-shifting cybersecurity threats requires an all-out, lifecycle approach that begins with
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Minimum Code Signing Requirements

There are new minimum requirements for code signing for use by all Certificate Authorities (CA), according to the Code Signing
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Fire and Explosion Guideline OK’d

The Organization of Scientific Area Committees (OSAC) for Forensic Science approved the National Fire Protection Association Guide for Fire and
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Oil, Gas Methane Emissions Standards

Methane emissions from new and existing sources in the oil and gas sector are under the microscope of the Environmental
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New USB-C Standard Fixes Cable Woes

There is a new standard called USB Type-C Authentication, which could protect USB-C capable devices from low-end USB chargers and
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OSHA Updates PPE Standards

A final rule published that updates requirements for personal protective equipment (PPE) for workers in general industry, shipyards, longshoring, marine
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Cryptographic Standard Document Released

The final version of a document outlining the process for developing cryptographic standards and guidelines just released. NIST Cryptographic Standards
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New Security Standard from NIST

For years, when a credit card ended up swiped, the number would remain stored on the card reader, making encryption
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Securing Teleworker Attack Vector

As the number of employees who telework trends upward, and new kinds of devices end up used, there is new
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Security Framework Grows in Usage

In just two years, the Cyber Security Framework now sees use by 30 percent of U.S. organizations and that number
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