Data Warehousing

By Jessica Davis 01:02 pm October 25, 2016
Five employees responded to the phishing emails, which allowed hackers unauthorized accessed, officials said.
Big Data

MIT health economist Joseph Doyle said the bold promise of big data is to prevent high-cost health events before they happen.

By Tom Sullivan 04:47 pm October 24, 2016
Predictive analytics are not going to be perfect. But that’s okay. Experts explain the sweet spot to target today.  
By Jessica Davis 11:57 am October 21, 2016
Internet users reported major accessibility issues early Friday, as a slew of major websites were rendered temporarily inaccessible, including Netflix, Twitter, Spotify, Etsy, The New York Times and SoundCloud.
Offshoring PHI business associate
By Mike Miliard 07:21 am October 12, 2016
Hospitals and provider organizations now have to manage business associates that might share data or access to it with overseas vendors. Experts say OCR won't pursue foreign companies after a breach. That means all risk remains on HIPAA-covered entities.
providers pay up ransomware
By Jessica Davis 11:08 am October 05, 2016
New Jersey Spine Center was attacked by Cryptowall, which locked up its EHR, backups and phone system. Marin Healthcare District in California lost two weeks of backup data during restoration.

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By Bill Siwicki 02:19 pm October 04, 2016
The vendor also has announced the availability of Dell EMC InfoArchive 4.1 and Dell EMC Clinical Archiving 2.0 software.
By Jessica Davis 01:59 pm October 04, 2016
Oxford, Mississippi-based Urgent Care Clinic of Oxford reported it was a victim of a ransomware attack, which appears to have been initiated by Russian hackers.

"Parasitic infectors naturally cause a lot of unintentional corruption of infected files, as malware writers aren't generally known for their excellent quality assurance testing skills," said ESET's Lysa Myers.

By Jessica Davis 11:23 am September 30, 2016
While the ransomware has been active for two years, Netskope researchers say its new strain leverages users syncing and sharing data to spread infected files through the network.
By Jessica Davis 11:35 am September 27, 2016
It also neglects to cover all the elements from the NIST Cybersecurity Framework, according to the new report, which offers five suggestions for protecting electronic health information.
By Jessica Davis 01:58 pm September 26, 2016
First spotted in January, security firm Trend Micro has seen an increase this month in the ransomware’s distribution campaign.

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