Privacy & Security

Credit: Screengrab from gov.sg

By Dean Koh 09:23 pm January 16, 2019
Minister for Health Gan Kim Yong delivered a ministerial statement on the Committee of Inquiry (COI) report on the SingHealth cyberattack in the Singapore Parliament on January 15 2019.
Adam Greene

Adam Greene, Partner at Davis Wright Tremaine, says even mature programs can lack documentation regulators seek. 

By Tom Sullivan 09:06 am January 15, 2019
Without proper documentation for government regulators, infosec protocols might safeguard data without meeting federal criteria.
cybersecurity command center HIMSS19
By Tom Sullivan 09:04 am January 15, 2019
The speciality exhibit will have 90 booths, two theaters, nearly 60 education sessions and eight challenge opportunities to test your infosec chops.
By Dean Koh 02:10 am January 15, 2019
Following the release of the public report by the Committee of Inquiry (COI) for the SingHealth cyberattack which occurred in July 2
Hacker
By Beth Jones Sanborn 02:15 pm January 14, 2019
The federal judge in Boston who handed down the sentence called Gottesfeld a "self-aggrandizing menace."
By Dean Koh 04:54 am January 14, 2019
The IHiS Board of Directors appointed an independent human resource panel to examine the roles, responsibilities and actions of the IHiS staff involved, and assess the appropriate HR actions to be taken.
By Tom Sullivan 11:37 am January 11, 2019
The square will feature Market Debuts sessions, the NursePitch competition, and HIMSS Winner Circle, all focusing on emerging tech, startups and innovation.

A SingHealth polyclinic in Singapore. (Credit: Heartbeat @ Bedok).

By Dean Koh 09:24 pm January 09, 2019
The Committee of Inquiry, which was convened on 24 July 2018, identified five key findings and a total of 16 recommendations for SingHealth and IHiS to improve its cybersecurity defences.
By Mike Miliard 03:59 pm January 08, 2019
The tool will combine Experian's patient ID management technology with Change's nationwide Intelligent Healthcare Network.
By Bill Siwicki 09:05 am January 08, 2019
Conventional IT has had years to implement programs for securing assets and data, but the protection of the Internet of Medical Things is not yet at the same maturity level.

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