Doug Bedell — June 19, 2015, 10:16 am

In the Internet Age, Don’t Presume Anything Is Secure

Bruce Schneier makes a great point: “One of the biggest conceptual problems we have is that something is believed secure until demonstrated otherwise. We need to reverse that: everything should be believed insecure until demonstrated otherwise.”

Schneier is commenting in the context of whether or not drug pumps at hospitals can be hacked. In these Internet-based times, don’t bet they can’t be.

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