Privacy & Security
Improving Patient Safety: The Implications of Internet of Things (IoT) and Wearables on Infection Control Strategies
In this critical webinar, Dr. Sean Spina will share his team’s approach to the investigation into the cleaning methods of smartphones and wearables from infectious contamination in a patient care environment (ISWIPE). Daniel Colling from HP will also speak to the challenges for driving policy for infection prevention and control of IT...
In this webinar, Justin Strackany, Chief Customer Officer at SecureLink and Tony Howlett, CISO at SecureLink will discuss how to align your organization with HIPAA and HITECH requirements and how to alleviate third-party vendor risk.
Leading healthcare organizations are transforming the industry, using new digital tools such as wearable sensors, AV systems, telemedicine and mobile apps to create lower-cost services that are smarter and more patient-centered. In this emerging data-driven world, now is the time for healthcare providers to prepare for their infrastructure.
An outdated fallacy about the cloud may be holding back your organization. Today, the nearly ubiquitous cloud is opening up possibilities for personalized medicine and data-driven advancements in healthcare.
As CIOs across healthcare strive to find ways to optimize their business models, grow their revenue and reach, and reduce costs, they are turning to the public cloud for improved agility, data sharing and analytics insights. But they must be aware of many misunderstandings that surround the modern cloud.
In a recent Lenovo Health webinar, fifty percent of the participants confirmed that employee neglect represents their biggest security threat--and with good reason. It has been found that healthcare employees click on 1 out of every 7 phishing email scamsi, and nearly a quarter of healthcare employees write their user names and passwords near...
On any given day, providers utilize countless systems and applications that are essential to their regular workflow. With sensitive patient information residing in and passing through these systems, provider organizations must have continuity and consistency in delivering reasonable freedom of access while avoiding unintended, consequential...
The complexity of protecting health data in the current threat environment is ushering in the next era of cybersecurity that incorporates machine-learning capabilities within identity management. But what makes it essential for IT administrators and data owners to enforce security policies and reduce risky behavior?
Healthcare organizations face a number of unique security concerns, including the increasingly interconnected systems between doctors' offices, hospitals, insurance companies, suppliers, etc. As such, healthcare is being targeted by multiple types of attackers.
As compared to those in other industries, healthcare organizations face the unique, unenviable challenge of protecting sensitive data from threat actors while also needing to provide ready access to clinicians and patients. So how can these organizations use all the current resources available to mount a strong defense?