The security conversation on connected medical devices is far from over
Our cyber security columnist, Davey Winder, explains why security conversations surrounding connected medical devices are not over yet.
The Log4j security iceberg has far from melted away
A few months after reports about a flaw in open-source Java logging library, Davey Winder looks into whether NHS organisations still need to worry about it.
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Is the NHS investment in data security paying dividends?
In a column for Digital Health, Davey Winder, explores whether data security in healthcare is doing its job correctly.
The privacy problem with health-related apps is linked to insecure coding
In his next cyber security column for Digital Health, Davey Winder, explores the privacy issues surrounding health-related apps.
Getting cyber security math right is key to preventing ransomware attacks
In his June column for Digital Health, Davey Winder gives his thoughts on the on-going incident happening in the Republic of Ireland.
Pandemic predators are upping the cyberattack ante across healthcare
In his next column for Digital Health, Davey Winder explores what lengths cybercriminals are going to during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The basics of healthcare security hygiene have never been more important
In his final 2020 column, Davey Winder explores the reliability of emails and why good security hygiene has never been more important.
Are old operating systems putting the NHS at risk in 2020?
As reports suggests Microsoft source code relating to Windows XP has been shared online, Davey Winder discusses old operating systems in the NHS.
Healthcare insecurity gets personal when you look beyond the big picture
In his latest column, Davey Winder explores why healthcare insecurity is about more than just protecting data, it’s about protecting lives as well.
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