A response to the OSHA: COVID-19 Vaccination and Testing; Emergency Temporary Standard

On Friday November 5, the OSHA (Occupational and Safety Health Administration) published in the Federal Registry of the USA the already known and expected Vaccination and Testing Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) to tackle Covid surge in work places in the United States. The ETS’s main objective is to reduce the risk of unvaccinated people becoming […]

Embracing remote digital services: convenience vs security!

The pandemic has turned the world upside down. Things we thought would never happen have happened in the blink of an eye: Nearly everybody that can is working from home; Conferences are attended remotely; Doctors appointments are booked over the phone or on video calls; Students enrolling in remote learning from primary schools to universities. […]

Covid credentials and how to preserve a ‘chain of trust’

Trust is everything in life. The most important decisions in life are based on trusting someone or something. This is especially difficult when trust needs to be established quickly or between two parties that haven’t met before. In this case, keeping the chain of trust is key.  Consider forensic evidence at a crime scene, it […]

Is the core of Apple Health sour?

In 450 BC the king Artaxerxes of Persia sent his cupbearer Nehemiah on an important trip. In order to grant safe passage the King gave him a letter, on which was addressed “to the governors beyond the river”. The king was requesting safe passage as Nehemiah travelled through their distant lands, creating the first ever […]