Privacy & Security

Nuance Petya attack
By Jessica Davis 02:47 pm July 21, 2017
The transcription service provider is struggling to regain full function of some of its services, primarily its eScription platform, but the company expects full function of the service within two weeks.
HIPAA compliance
By Mike Miliard 03:33 pm July 20, 2017
Designed to help providers as more patients exercise their rights to access their health data, the new tool comports with guidelines from both OCR and ONC.
NIH precision medicine project
By Mike Miliard 02:49 pm July 20, 2017
The All of Us Research Program aims to assemble a representative cohort of 1 million Americans for longitudinal genomic research.
Change Healthcare moves toward blockchain
By Mike Miliard 12:37 pm July 20, 2017
The IT company signs on with the consortium, the latest sign that it sees big promise for blockchain and distributed ledger technology to advance interoperability and more.
attacks from dark web
By Bill Siwicki 03:16 pm July 19, 2017
Understanding the phenomenon comes first. Then there's a variety of tactics CIOs and CISOs can deploy to protect against attackers using the nefarious web.
Peachtree Neurological Clinic breach
By Jessica Davis 11:52 am July 19, 2017
While Peachtree Neurological Clinic avoided paying ransom after a recent cyberattack, the investigation that followed revealed a hacker had access to its system starting in February 2016.
securing cloud data
By Bill Siwicki 04:42 pm July 18, 2017
Cybersecurity experts lay out the facts, and misperceptions, about securing data in the cloud. The answer is not so simple.
AI Blockchain ransomware security
By Tom Sullivan 04:31 pm July 18, 2017
The conference, in Boston Sept. 11-12, 2017, will address how to become a cybersecurity superhero, surviving on a tight budget, world-class strategy, emerging technologies and more. 
stop ransomware
By Jessica Davis 02:22 pm July 18, 2017
Security basics go a long way to protecting patient data against even scary-looking attacks.
Petya attacks
By Jessica Davis 12:18 pm July 18, 2017
After a hospital had to replace infected IT systems, now FedEx is the second organization to admit the drastic impact of the wiper malware.

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