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SC Magazine: ThreatSTOP CEO Talks IoT Security for Healthcare Industry

ThreatSTOP CEO and Founder Tom Byrnes recently spoke with SC Magazine about the inherent security risks of IoT devices in the healthcare industry.

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DNS Inventor and ThreatSTOP Chief Scientist is Guest on Domain Name Wire Podcast

Paul Mockapetris

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AIRI 2016 -- DNS Inventor Dr. Paul Mockapetris Speaking

The theme for AIRI 2016 is “disruption”.  In our lifetimes nothing has been more disruptive, or world-changing, than the invention of the Internet.  Initially the Internet allowed computers to communicate, but today virtually every digital device, phones, control systems, even our watches, communicate via the Internet. Dr. Mockapetris, Internet pioneer, will speak at AIRI 2016 about how his inventions have changed the world to be a better place, and why Internet Security poses such a serious problem to our privacy and freedom.

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Internet Pioneer Discusses Creation, Expectations and Security of DNS on its 33rd Birthday

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CIO: 5 security experts share their best tips for ‘fringe’ devices

ThreatSTOP's own Leon Glover was quoted in an article on CIO.com (also ran on Network World) about securing fringe devices.

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US House Unanimously Passes Email Warrant Bill

The US House has passed a bill to repeal a Regan-era law allowing law enforcement to request copies of emails, and data older than 180 days. The 1986 email privacy law was written to establish electronic documents older than six months as abandoned. This allowed the government to consider the data 'garbage' and request copies of it from service providers without a warrant.

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FBI Pays $1 million to ??? to Crack iPhone

The Washington Post reported today that the FBI paid a one-time fee of $1 million to hackers to crack the San Bernardino shooter's phone. The article goes on to say that authorities have not revealed the identity of the hackers.

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SANSFIRE 2016 -- See ThreatSTOP in Action

SANSFIRE 2016 will be here in just 51 days according to the official site. This is SANS national event in Washington DC and attracts one of the largest SANS audiences. Mark your calendars: June 11 - 18, 2016.

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Senate Floats Encryption Bill (Ack)

Just as What’s App began offering end-to-end encryption for its one billion plus users that effectively prevents anyone--including law enforcement--from reading users’ messages, members of the Senate floated the first draft of a bill aptly named "Compliance with Court Orders Act of 2016.” The bill seeks to require compliance with court orders for data.

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Los Angeles Times: Why Hackers Are Not Lining Up to Help the FBI

In all of the debate around the Apple vs FBI tussle, many have wondered why someone has not simply stepped up and hacked the phone already.

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