Privacy & Security
12:31 pm May 30, 2018
Abel Kho of Health Data Link talks about how data is transferred throughout the healthcare market.
02:34 pm May 09, 2018
Andrew Crabtree, Google Cloud Customer Engineer, gives a detailed presentation on API security threats, solutions.
12:10 pm October 17, 2017
Advice on how to take a step-by-step transition with cloud computing platforms
05:16 pm September 21, 2017
(SPONSORED) Most healthcare system networks are hosting a mix of devices, many with up-to-date security, and others with no inherent security. Jeff Livingstone explains how to reduce the risk.
03:45 pm September 21, 2017
Sachin Shetty, associate professor at Old Dominion University's Center for Cybersecurity Education and Research, is excited about blockchain's potential, and is doing research with Sentara Healthcare into how it could be deployed. But privacy and scalability pose challenges, he said.
10:53 am September 20, 2017
A risk assessment can be the foundation for budgeting and priorities for the department.
04:34 pm September 11, 2017
Matt Fisher, partner and chair of the health law group at Mirick O'Connell, says hospitals need to know the facts about HIPAA compliance (it does not gurantee security), risk analysis (it shouldn't necessarily be done alone), business associate agreements (read them, don't just sign them) and cyber insurance (it's not a...
03:10 pm September 11, 2017
(SPONSORED) Caleb Barlow, vice president of threat intelligence at IBM Security, says sometimes a hospital's response (or lack thereof) to a data breach can be as damaging as the breach itself.
11:05 am September 11, 2017
Barry Herrin, principal at Herrin Health Law, says spending more money on security technology will only accomplish diminishing returns. Instead, hospitals should take a broader view of people and processes, implementing risk management frameworks such as NIST SP 800-53 and partnering with external threat groups such as InfoGuard and the FBI.
11:03 am September 11, 2017
At the HIMSS Healthcare Security Forum, the chief information security officer of Penn Medicine describes the state of cybersecurity in 2017 – from the potential incidents that keep him awake at night to emerging signs of encouragement. He also explains why military veterans have the right skill sets for IT and security work.