Keeping mHealth Apps Secure: What Developers Can Do to Keep User Data Private in the Age of COVID and Telemedicine

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Former hacker and cybersecurity expert Alissa Knight talks about her latest research on vulnerabilities in data privacy for the telemedicine and health app space. Telemedicine and mobile health space can take simple, basic steps to better protect user data from attacks. Health care data is extremely valuable on the dark web, because it contains a wealth of information about an individual and can’t be replaced.  “I always believed that what could be made by humans can be broken by humans, that we’re not infallible and that anything we make is going to have a way around it,” says Alissa Knight,…...

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Dara Tarkowski I'm Dara Tarkowski. Innovator, entrepreneur, attorney and podcast host. I am FinTech and RegTech enthusiast passionate about responsible innovation and exploring the intersection of law, technology and highly regulated industry. I'm the Managing Partner at Actuate Law, Chief Innovation Strategist at quointec, and the Host of the Tech on Reg podcast, recently named one of the top 10 RegTech podcasts. I was also named to the 2019 Women in FinTech powerlist by Innovate Finance.