Celo says healthcare platform is secure against cyber-threats such as KRACK vulnerability

Rebecca Howard
Wed, 18 Oct 2017

By Rebecca Howard Oct. 18 (BusinessDesk) - Technology startup Celo, which recently teamed with Roche NZ, says its healthcare data platform is secure against cyber-threats including those that exploit the key reinstallation attack weakness, or KRACK, that may leave devices vulnerable when accessing Wi-Fi networks.  "There are ways of getting into environments that are not secure and so security is really where our strengths are," Celo chief executive Stephen Vlok told BusinessDesk. The Celo system, which allows users to communicate with ea...

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