Privacy & Security
10:43 am December 13, 2016
Navigating the three common compliance misconceptions.
10:07 am November 30, 2016
As the threat landscape continues to evolve in tenacity and volume, healthcare is clearly in the crosshairs. With this in mind, it is critical for healthcare organizations to have stringent IT objectives that will ensure the protection of ePHI.
11:23 am October 31, 2016
Top security concerns for the modern network.
07:40 am July 11, 2016
Penn Medicine Associate CIO John Donohue envisions cloud-based information security, more effective threat intelligence sharing and user education as critical elements to securing healthcare data.
10:14 am March 16, 2016
(SPONSORED) As IT struggles to get out in front of enterprise security risks, mobile devices are adding another wrinkle to defense plans as they become an increasingly active attack vector.
11:16 am February 23, 2016
Last week we all read another sobering account of the disruption that cyber incidents can cause. The ransomware attack at Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center was despicable in its nature and alarming in it what it says about the overall preparedness of healthcare to deflect these threats.
10:30 am January 27, 2016
One of my all-time favorite Star Trek original series episodes is entitled "The Trouble with Tribbles." In this episode, Captain Kirk urgently races to a space station that's in distress.
10:12 am January 11, 2016
The real enemies of good cybersecurity -- and its closely related cousin, patient safety -- are often intangible: apathy, ignorance and indecision. Not the many threats we face today.
12:26 pm January 07, 2016
Defenders of privacy and security found 2015 a most challenging year. With no obvious end in sight, these trends are likely to continue, but 2016 will present some new challenges across all industries, including healthcare.
12:08 pm December 21, 2015
The scale and intensity of healthcare related cybercrime is a critical and growing threat to the U.S. medical system. If data breaches were a virus, we'd call this a pandemic.