Privacy & Security

AI cybersecurity
By Tom Sullivan 09:02 am December 05, 2018
Criminals can use artificial intelligence to engineer automated phishing attacks with more convincing content and greater accuracy.
Blockchain healthcare
By Mike Miliard 09:21 am December 04, 2018
The concept is simpler than many realize, but the implementation can be complex and challenging. Health systems should think deliberately about new proofs-of-concept, but get on board soon.
Blockchain illustration.
By HIMSS Media 03:48 pm December 03, 2018
For December we’ll dive deep to separate what’s really happening today from the marketing speak.
data breach
By Mike Miliard 03:25 pm November 28, 2018
A billing vendor, AccuDoc Solutions, told the health system in October that a third-party had gained access to its data for about a week in September.

Photo via TKariotis on Twitter.

By Rebecca McBeth 12:17 am November 27, 2018
New Zealand’s Northern Region simulated a major cyberattack on its health system, saying it is a case of “when, not if” an attack will eventually occur.
By Benjamin Harris 10:05 am November 21, 2018
ClearData, IBM, PureStorage and others are positioning themselves for an emerging an environment where providers rely on a mix of public and private secure clouds for their data.
cybersecurity interoperability
By Benjamin Harris 10:22 am November 20, 2018
Cybersecurity is still the big one. But interoperability and telehealth are not far behind for leading organizations' technology goals.
BlackBerry Cylance
By Benjamin Harris 03:23 pm November 19, 2018
The device maker is betting the company's AI-powered security capabilities will help its enterprise customers, in healthcare and elseware, safeguard their connected devices.
By Benjamin Harris 02:25 pm November 19, 2018
Advice for hospitals: Making inroads on blockchain now, with smaller projects that don't involve patient data, can help prepare them for larger opportunities ahead.
IT technicians
By Diana Manos 09:35 am November 19, 2018
Here’s a look at what security experts think about the controversial issue.

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