By Monica E. Oss, Chief Executive Officer The news that caught my attention—28 of 32 apps in the mental health and prayer space (an odd combination to me) didn't receive a "good" rating for privacy or security in a recent review by Mozilla. Of those, 25 apps failed to meet Mozilla’s minimum security standards, like requiring strong passwords and managing security updates and vulnerabilities (see Top Mental Health And Prayer Apps Fail Spectacularly At Privacy, Security and Be Smart. Shop Safe.). In another recent review, this one by Consumer Reports, "Mental Health Apps Aren't All As Private As You May Think," the researchers reached the same conclusion—privacy…
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