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Morning Break: Surgeon General's Opioid Advice; Hacked EEGs; 'Physician Magician'

by Magda CHELLY April 05, 2018

Security vulnerabilities reported in EEG software mean that brain scans can be hacked, exposing hospitals to crypto-ransomware attacks and other threats. (Ars Technica). Exposure to the Zika virus after birth may still lead to brain damage and behavioral problems, according to a monkey study.


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Magda Lilia Chelly, is the Managing Director of Responsible Cyber Pte. by day, and a cyber feminist hacker by night.


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