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Paul Patras (Informatics) leads study to improve security of fitness trackers

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TitleNew cybersecruity vulnerability with fitness monitors
Media name/outletDigital Journal
Date of coverage8/10/17
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TitleTrending Science: Fitness trackers and personal data insecurities
Media name/outletCORDIS
Date of coverage21/09/17
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TitleEncrypted Fitbit data can be intercepted and manipulated, claim researchers
Media name/outletTechWorm
Date of coverage20/09/17
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Titlesmart movement bracelet personal data security risks
Media name/outletChina Industrial Control Network
Date of coverage20/09/17
TitleFitbit Working With UK Experts To Fix Hack Potential
Media name/outletChannel News
Date of coverage20/09/17
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TitleFitness Trackers Could Benefit from Better Security
Media name/outletThird Age
Date of coverage20/09/17
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TitleThe security of fitness trackers could - and should - be improved
Media name/outletHomeland Security News Wire
Date of coverage19/09/17
TitleYour fitness tracker could be feeding your info to hackers
Media name/outletNew York Post
Date of coverage18/09/17
TitleFitbit Devices can be Hacked: University of Edinburgh
Media name/outletBusinessworld India
Date of coverage18/09/17
TitleNew Technique can manipulate encrypted Fitbit data
Media name/outletSC Magazine
Date of coverage18/09/17
TitleI'm hacked off with Fitbits
Media name/outletThe Times
Date of coverage18/09/17
TitleFitbit: Mobile tracking devices are at the mercy of hackers
Media name/outlettexnologia.net
Date of coverage18/09/17
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TitleFitbit Vulnerabilities Expose Wearer Data
Media name/outletInfosecurity Magazine
Date of coverage18/09/17
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TitleHow your heart rate monitor could help criminals
Media name/outletMarket Watch
Date of coverage18/09/17
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TitleExercise caution on data, fitness app users warned
Media name/outletScotland on Sunday
Date of coverage17/09/17
TitleFitbit’s ‘lagging’ encryption can be bypassed by hackers
Media name/outletGearz of Biz
Date of coverage17/09/17
TitleYour Fitbit can be hacked, says new report
Media name/outletGadgets & Wearables
Date of coverage17/09/17
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TitleFitbit’ Fitness Tracker Devices Leak Personal Data: Researchers
Media name/outletHackRead
Date of coverage16/09/17
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TitleThe study shows that there are personal data security risks
Media name/outletPhotoelectric news network
Date of coverage16/09/17
TitleFitness trackers need to be more secure
Media name/outletThe Hindu
Date of coverage16/09/17
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TitleUniversity of Edinburgh Scientists Find Fitbit Trackers Vulnerable to Hacking
Media name/outletDIGIT
Date of coverage16/09/17
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TitleFitness trackers could benefit frm better security, study finds
Media name/outletdomain-b.com
Date of coverage15/09/17
TitleImproving security of fitness trackers imperative: Study
Media name/outletETCIO
Date of coverage15/09/17
TitleThe study shows that there are personal data security risks
Media name/outletHong Kong News
Date of coverage15/09/17
TitleResearch on smart car bracelet personal data security risks
Media name/outletShenzhen News Network
Date of coverage15/09/17
Title(Science and technology) research that intelligent movement bracelet exists personal data security risks
Media name/outletXinhua News agency Chinese News
Date of coverage15/09/17
TitleSecurity data fears over Fitbit
Media name/outletYorkshire Post
Date of coverage15/09/17
TitleCloud warning
Media name/outletThe Northern Echo
Date of coverage15/09/17
TitleFitbit hack bypasses end-to-end encryption
Media name/outletV3
Date of coverage15/09/17
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TitleFitbit hack: Wearable firm pushing out security updates following cybersecurity warnings
Media name/outletInternational Business Times
Date of coverage15/09/17
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TitleFitbit's 'lagging' encryption can be bypassed by hackers
Media name/outletThe Inquirer
Date of coverage15/09/17
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TitleHow Secure are Wearable Devices?
Media name/outletHuffington Post
Date of coverage15/09/17
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TitleImproving security of fitness trackers imperative to protect privacy
Media name/outletThe New Indian Express
Date of coverage15/09/17
TitleThere exist personal data security risks in Intelligent sports bracelet watches and other products
Media name/outletChina press
Date of coverage15/09/17
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TitleImproving security of fitness trackers imperative: Study
Media name/outletIndo-Asian News Service
Date of coverage14/09/17
TitleUk university study urges better data security in fitness trackers
Media name/outletXinhua News Agency
Date of coverage14/09/17
TitleFitbit devices can be hacked, research shows
Media name/outletThe Telegraph
Date of coverage14/09/17
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TitleFitbit health trackers were 'vulnerable to hackers'
Date of coverage14/09/17
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TitleFitness trackers could benefit from better security, study finds
Media name/outletPhys.org
Date of coverage14/09/17
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TitleFitness Trackers Could Benefit From Better Security, Study Finds
Media name/outletECN Mag
Date of coverage14/09/17
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TitleFitness trackers could benefit from better security, study finds
Media name/outletEurekAlert!
Date of coverage14/09/17
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Title Improving security of fitness trackers imperative: Study
Media name/outletThe Pioneer
Date of coverage14/09/17
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