By Art Gross – While the world might still be in varying states of chaos with regard to a multitude of topics, when it comes to HIPAA fines and enforcement of regulations, things are getting back on track.Read More
Health IT Security and Compliance
By Matt Fisher – It used to be that almost a day could not go by without the report of a phishing attack. Now seemingly a day cannot go by without a ransomware attack being reported. While phishing may be a route in, it is not the only way to get past an organization’s defenses.
By Art Gross – A data breach within your business. You think it won’t happen, you hope it doesn’t happen, but what if it does happen? What are your next steps? Like most things in healthcare, timing is essential. You need to think quickly and act swiftly during a time when your head might not be set and sorted to do so.
By Matt Fisher – Who can be on a healthcare organization’s system and who can access patient information? HIPAA establishes very clear guidelines and expectations on that front.
By Art Gross – The saying goes that you’re never fully dressed without a smile, but the reality for many people today is that you’re never fully dressed until you put on your smartwatch. Or your phone in your pocket. Or your health and fitness monitor at the gym.
By Matt Fisher – The debate around privacy that had been forefront of mind for many prior to COVID-19 disrupting everything has not gone away. Instead, privacy has been simmering in the background, every so often be thrust into the spotlight during the course of the pandemic.
By Art Gross – As we end this year’s Cybersecurity Awareness Month, never has it been more important to make sure that you are informed and making smart cyber choices in both your personal and professional life.
In the final week of Cybersecurity Awareness Month, we asked our experts, “What do they see in the future for healthcare and connected devices?” Learn more about this annual campaign at #BeCyberSafe.
By Anthony Comfort – Week 4 of Cybersecurity Awareness Month is about the “Future of Connected Devices”. From the novelty of their introduction to the necessity of today, connected devices will contribute to more effective healthcare.