Privacy & Security

By Mike Miliard 12:30 pm May 03, 2019
The MediLedger project, led by San Francisco blockchain startup Chronicled, is focused on leveraging DLT for more efficient healthcare contract reconciliation and chargeback processes.
By Nathan Eddy 09:48 am May 03, 2019
Company says the security flaw has not been exploited yet and urges customers to update to most recent version.
Whistle and "Whistle blower" written in block letters.
By Laura Lovett 02:16 pm May 02, 2019
Erika Cheung recently launched the Ethics in Entrepreneurship venture in Hong Kong and the US to help startups navigate ethics in innovation.
By Benjamin Harris 11:12 am May 01, 2019
Trojans, riskware, spyware and worms all plague healthcare, which leads all industries in number of data breaches.
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By 09:46 am May 01, 2019
A nurse gets into a car accident and requires surgery. After surgery, the nurse is prescribed painkillers and becomes addicted. Because she works in a hospital, the nurse has access to drugs and continues to pilfer them to feed her addiction for many months.
By Nathan Eddy 10:00 am April 30, 2019
Healthcare providers can use the new Healthcare Seamless single-sign on tech for both workstations and mobile devices.
By Benjamin Harris 12:02 pm April 29, 2019
A new security report finds the average institution leaves terabytes of sensitive information exposed to unauthorized parties.
By Nathan Eddy 10:41 am April 25, 2019
A new study from vendor Vectra monitored network traffic for six months to find the most prevalent methods attackers use to gain control and access protected information.
By Mike Miliard 11:42 am April 23, 2019
Frost & Sullivan says the healthcare security space is set for big growth as hospitals recognize new vulnerabilities and vendors innovate their products and pricing models.
Marin General now spends $15,000 instead of $400,000 to protect its printers from cyber attack
By Bill Siwicki 01:25 pm April 22, 2019
Printers present a unique cybersecurity threat, and the provider organization was serious about protecting them and staying in compliance with HIPAA. It also was serious about ROI.

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