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By Verizon 02:07 pm January 25, 2017
A look at how sensors, devices and analytics are reshaping enterprise at the operational level.

Mandeep Khera

By Jessica Davis 10:26 am January 24, 2017
Lack of regulation and visibility of hacks to the public allow organizations to put IoT and mobile security on the back burner, but Arxan exec Mandeep Khera expects both regulations and hacks to increase this year.
Yale secure cloud platform

Harlan Krumholz said the technology makes patients true partners in care and research.

By Diana Manos 09:12 am January 24, 2017
The technology, known as Hugo, empowers patients to compile data from multiple EHRs and synchronize them with a research database. 
Cyberthreat intelligence sharing
By John Andrews 09:09 am January 24, 2017
Participating in a CTI program enables healthcare information security specialists to gain a better understanding of the threat landscape and, ultimately, to more effectively safeguard against it. 

Matt Barrett is NIST program manager for the Cybersecurity Framework.

By Jessica Davis 02:12 pm January 23, 2017
While officials made no major changes to the security guidance, the proposed updates evolve the voluntary guidance and introduces measurement methods for cybersecurity.
IBM Agile 3

Marc van Zadelhoff, general manager, IBM Security

By Bernie Monegain 02:00 pm January 23, 2017
Big Blue said the pending acquisition will increase its data protection capabilities.
By Jessica Davis 11:52 am January 20, 2017
An unauthorized user downloaded patient files containing personal information and for some, Social Security numbers. No reason was given for the delayed notification.
Indiana Cancer Agency TheDarkOverlord
By Jessica Davis 01:31 pm January 19, 2017
The hacker infiltrated the database of Cancer Services of East Central Indiana-Little Red Door, wiped the data from the server and demanded payment to prevent the data from being publicly released.
By Jessica Davis 11:18 am January 19, 2017
The settlement is related to the 2011 theft of a USB drive that contained the ePHI of 2,209 members from the life insurance company's IT department.
IT vendors HIPAA compliant

Business associate agreements are a great start but putting a vendor monitoring program in place is what made Inspira’s risk of a data breach lower, Francois Bodhuin said. 

By Tom Sullivan 09:43 am January 19, 2017
Inspira Health Network established a vendor-monitoring program that not only protects data but also improved the system’s ability to share it. Information security officer Francois Bodhuin’s advice: Keep it simple but thorough. 

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