Privacy & Security

cybersecurity infosec
By Tom Sullivan 10:15 am October 30, 2018
Synthetic ID theft, infosec dashboards, the real weakest link and more factored into the security conversation during October.  
breach medical identity theft
By Jessica Davis 05:03 pm October 29, 2018
Hackers can perform synthetic identify theft long after a cybersecurity event by piecing together data to conduct medical and insurance fraud.
Cybersecurity vulnerability patch management
By Jessica Davis 02:19 pm October 26, 2018
Veracode found that the healthcare and retail sectors are reducing risk the fastest among other industries, but 75 percent of employees struggle with identifying best practices.
infosec leader with network infrastructure
By Healthcare IT News 10:02 am October 26, 2018
Take our quick survey, and we'll report on the results, so you can get a sense of what your peers are using/leaning on to keep pace with hackers.
Phishing email hack
By Jessica Davis 02:14 pm October 25, 2018
While investigating one phishing attack in August, medical center officials discovered a hacker had access to three accounts for more than a month.
man under two umbrellas
By Jessica Davis 04:28 pm October 24, 2018
The final chapter in our cyber insurance series outlines the legal considerations after a breach, mainly, ensuring the organization can choose its own investigator.
Worker looking at an analytics dashboard.
By Jeff Lagasse 05:40 pm October 23, 2018
Password strength, multiple tabs and SOC audits are some of the means by which healthcare providers can protect sensitive patient data.
Workers looking at an analytics dashboard.
By Laura Lovett 05:34 pm October 23, 2018
Infosec experts share advice about what innovators should track, security-wise, when building new apps and devices.
Staff monitoring security.
By Bill Siwicki 12:41 pm October 23, 2018
KPIs, metrics and other must-haves hospitals should track continuously to protect medical and patient data.
CMS booth at HIMSS17
By Susan Morse 12:29 pm October 22, 2018
Open enrollment, which begins November 1, will not be negatively impacted, CMS says.

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