Now in its 35th year, The Mental Health Association of Westchester’s Ira S. Stevens Memorial Conference is Westchester County’s most anticipated behavioral health care conference. Audiences range from service providers to policy makers, government officials and those who receive services and their families. Those who come to be informed and energized by nationally acclaimed thought-leaders […]
Protecting Information as We Move Toward the Mobile Office: HIPAA, Confidentiality and Consent
Mouseveillance: Is Your Privacy Being Mickey-Moused?
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Hackers set up live streaming website for over 100 NYC private webcams
NEW YORK (PIX11) – A Russian hacking group is suspected of breaking into thousands of surveillance cameras around the world and posting live feeds online. The cameras range from those in private homes to businesses, all tapped without the owners’ approval. A side panel on the Insecam homepage gives a breakdown of where each camera […]
Credit Card Skimmer Found at Columbus Circle Subway Station
The next time you load up on your Metrocard at one of the machines you might want to take a closer look. Jacki Bryk has the reason why your next refill could give thieves access to your credit cards. Episode Transcript: JACKI: They say life’s all about the journey, but a recent trip on the […]
How to protect yourself against high-tech passport thieves
NEW YORK (PIX11) – But revelation that two Iranian passengers on the flight were able to board using stolen passports – has not eased concerns about what appear to be gaping holes in the international security net that we all rely on once we leave America’s sphere of influence. As more information pours in regarding […]
Are You Googling Your Clients’ Privacy Away?
Date: Jul 12,2013 Event: https://www.brighttalk.com/webcast/188/73699 This presentation addresses how various services offered by Google can become a threat to your companies’ privacy and confidentiality policies. It deals with Google’s capabilities to capture and aggregate information with or without user knowledge. Special attention is given to Google’s key offerings such as: * Google Searches * GMail […]
Will the NYPD’s expanded surveillance system invade your privacy?
Source: http://pix11.com/2013/06/21/will-the-nypds-expanded-surveillance-system-invade-your-privacy/ The NYPD’s surveillance system is renowned for its complexity — and its saturation. Cameras in Times Square. Cameras at random intersections. And the department is reportedly planning to expand that system to each precinct and ultimately to patrol cars, even mobile devices carried by beat cops in your local neighborhood. Raj Goel is a […]
RFID Car Hacking
Surveillance video shows a man wearing a striped shirt and baseball cap walking right up to the passenger door of the silver Acura SUV, and opening up the door with ease. But there’s one problem – he is not the owner! It’s a new crime tool in the form of an unknown handheld device – […]
Annual NYS Cyber Security Conference
CHWRadio Interview – Raj Goel Utah Medicaid Hack | HIPAA | CISPA
Raj Goel is a regular guest of CHWRadio, and Dave & Bill, the CyberHood Watch Partners, and our loyal readers consider ourselves better informed, and a bit wiser with each interview. We began our discussion with the recent hack of Medicaid that occurred right in our own backyard; Utah. Getting hacked is never a good […]