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This new technology lets citizen scientists experiment with their own gut bacteria or be part of larger efforts to figure out how the microbiome affects various health conditions.
Storage security used to be about hardware, says DataGravity's Paula Long, but the data is what is most at risk. Firms need more visibility into their data to better protect it.
The seductive lure of activity and health wearables make it easy to forget, or ignore, the inherent security and privacy risks involved.
There is no need to tell victims of digital extortion how successful it is. What is needed is a way to help victims respond to the ransom demands.
Malware, HIPAA violations, and privacy breaches top healthcare execs' list of IT security risks, according to KPMG. Here's what to include in an effective IT security strategy.
Hosting protected healthcare data in the cloud, says Connectria's David Pollard, means you have to find a solid partner and know your on-premise and cloud risks.
Ian J. Kalin, the first chief data officer (CDO) at the Commerce Department, is figuring out how to tie data products and science to a core mission of his agency: enhancing business and commerce.
A landmark Supreme Court ruling on the digital domain, the impact of opening data, the 'right to record,' and data transparency were key topics in 2014 related to how tech drives societal change.
The battle over who retains ownership of the data is heating up. Learn how one group came up with a win-win solution.
Big-data technology will eventually underpin the healthcare system, though to what extent and what that means to patients are questions needing to be asked.