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US investigators probe alleged life threatening medical device security flaws

Alleged cyber security flaws in approximately two dozen medical device products are being investigated by US officials, according to a Reuters report. 24 Oct 2014

Filming using drones must comply with data protection laws, says ICO

UK broadcasters have been warned that their use of unmanned drones for filming purposes must adhere to data protection laws. 17 Oct 2014

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Regular payment security reporting called for under PSD2, say latest plans

Banks and other payment service providers (PSPs) would have to submit regular updates to regulators noting their assessment of security risks facing their organisations and the measures they have taken in response, under measures proposed by EU ministers.... 17 Oct 2014

EMA to investigate reports that software issue may have affected accuracy of clinical trials

The European Medicines Agency (EMA) has confirmed that it is looking into recent reports that a widely-used clinical data software package may have introduced inaccuracies into clinical trials, according to Reuters. 16 Oct 2014

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