Blogger profile: Manfred Kube

Head of M2M Segment Marketing and Director Business Development mHealth at Thales M2M, based in Germany. Crazy about the latest mobile gadgets and the Internet of things and convinced that secure wirelessly enabled devices can help assist with chronic care management, ambient assisted living, fitness and wellness monitoring, and more. Enjoys salsa dancing, running and riding his motorbike around Munich or in the Bavarian alps.

Website: http://www.gemalto.com/m2m/index.html


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Securing our health(care)

How secure is your health? The information you provide your doctors with, your treatments, medical histories, scans and other bits of quite personal data your medical advisors have access to all needs to be protected and it mostly is thanks to encryption and other security measures. But what about the medical devices you use? As […]

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