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  1. OpenSSL Patches “Critical” & “Moderate” Security Vulnerabilities

    Early this morning, the OpenSSL project team released two security patches—1.1.0b, and 1.0.2j—for two security vulnerabilities discovered in OpenSSL. These two new patches fix a “critical” severity vulnerability found in version 1.1.0a and a “moderate” severity vulnerability found in versions 1.0.2i. Neither of these bugs affect your SSL/TLS Certificates, and no actions are required related…


  2. OpenSSL Patches 14 Security Vulnerabilities

    Early this morning, the OpenSSL project team released three security patches—1.1.0a, 1.0.2i,  and 1.0.1u—for 14 security vulnerabilities discovered in OpenSSL. These three new patches fix one “high” severity, one “moderate” severity, and 12 “low” severity vulnerabilities. None of these bugs affect your SSL/TLS Certificates, and no actions are required related to SSL/TLS Certificate management. Source…


  3. SysAdmin Appreciation Day 2016 Giveaway

    It seems like it was just yesterday, but SysAdmin Appreciation Day is almost here! The 17th annual celebration will be on Friday, July 29, 2016. Like last year, we will be giving away prizes to our loyal followers and fans. SysAdmins are continually important to the operations of an efficient business. They often work around-the-clock to…


  4. Highlights from HIMSS 2016

    Thousands of health IT professionals gathered this week for the annual Health IT Conference (HIMSS16) in Las Vegas, Nevada. With more than 1,200 vendors and 400+ educational sessions to choose from, attendance tallied a mix of more than 41,000 professionals, clinicians, executives, and vendors from all over the world. While there are many exciting highlights…


  5. Key Takeaways from FDA Guidance on Medical Device Cybersecurity

    The FDA recently issued a draft guidance—a follow-up of the 2013 cybersecurity safety communication stressing premarket cyberattack preparation—that outlines the important steps medical device manufacturers should take to continually address cybersecurity risks in order to keep patients safe and better protect the public health. The risk inherent in networked medical devices is an increasingly talked-about…