Privacy & Security
A HIMSS Media survey reveals that current perceptions and practices may be at odds with reducing the rate of healthcare-associated infections, ensuring electromagnetic compatibility and safety, and securing patient information.
A HIMSS Analytics survey reveals that many responents are not confident in their security.
This infographic from the 2015 HIMSS Cybersecurity Survey shows the greatest areas of improvement in cybersecurity that healthcare organizations were able to achieve this year. Access the full report here.
This infographic from the 2015 HIMSS Cybersecurity Survey shows the top 10 cyber threats health organizations will be grappling with. Access the full report here. Click image to enlarge.
A healthcare organization can have the most robust security protections in the world. But it only takes is a single click on a scam email for it all to be for naught. No wonder infosec professionals take phishing seriously.
There are many reasons why healthcare organizations aren't better positioned to manage their data security, meet compliance requirements and mitigate risk. This infographic from the 2015 HIMSS Cybersecurity Survey explains.
To date, nearly 143.8 million people have had their protected health information compromised in a HIPAA breach. Here's a list of the 10 biggest in the U.S.
As hospitals and health systems continue to build their defenses against dangerous new data threats, certain technologies are making bigger, faster impacts than others on their security preparedness.
The 2015 HIMSS HIE and Direct Messaging Survey published this week, conducted jointly by HIMSS' Health Information Exchange and Interoperability & Standards Committees, polled accountable
Healthcare purchasers are thinking beyond EHRs and even security investments in 2015, looking toward ICD-10 transition and population health management technologies, according to the latest re