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Fitbit teams up with Google

Fitbit and Google have inked a deal that will have the fitness device vendor upload data to Google's Cloud Healthcare API to it can be made accessible by healthcare providers.
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Researchers devise method to track Bluetooth devices, despite built-in protections

Researchers from Boston University (BU) have discovered a way to circumvent anonymization protections on Bluetooth Low Energy devices, allowing potentially malicious actors to passively track the movements of these devices and their users. BLE devices rely on non-encrypted advertising messages to signal their availability to other devices to pair up. To prevent third-party actors from…
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Using fitness tracking tech to fight cyberattacks

Researchers at the U.K.’s University of Bath and Goldsmiths, the University of London are looking into the impact a fitness tracker-type device could have to make people aware of cybersecurity dangers. The logic the researchers are following is that if a wearable fitness tracker can remind a person through a buzz or vibration that it’s…
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News in a Minute Weekly Roundup | Sept. 22

A roundup of the top news stories in information security this week, including a new Apache vulnerability that's similar to Heartbleed, and a new study sheds light on the costs of data breaches for U.S. enterprises.

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SEC systems breach may aided have insider trading

Hackers breached the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission's EDGAR document filing system and may have used nonpublic information stored on the database to profit from insider trading, the regulatory body disclosed on Wednesday.
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