Tag: "encryption" at medical news
Implantable chips bear promise, but privacy standards needed
...developers and have shown the ability to break the encryption
of existing chips used to purchase gasoline and provide automobile security. And the technology is not cheap: each chips costs $200 and a reader costs $650, raising the question of whether it is a practical investment for caregivers. While Halamka re...
Database of cancer records now available for research
... secure transmission protocols using sophisticated encryption
standards to protect against accidental disclosures. Professor Alan Rector, CLEF's director, said: "The CLEF repository is optimised to treat electronic healthcare records as an interactive knowledge source for academic researchers and clinicians to...
One million people in medical gamble
...received approval from its ethics board. A similar encryption
process is expected in the US. In both studies, volunteers will be required to give open-ended consent for their records and samples to be used in any study, regardless of what it is researching. So, for example, if Biobank's ethics board approves, a...
ACS News Service Weekly PressPac -- January 3, 2007
...olecular scale." The researchers cite DNA-microdot encryption
as a complementary approach, which in combination with their molecular lock might provide an unbreakable protection against forgery. ARTICLE #1 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE "A Molecular Keypad Lock: A Photochemical Device Capable of Authorizing Password...