Week 3 of Cybersecurity Awareness Month will highlight the Cybersecurity Career Awareness Week led by National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education. This is a week-long campaign that inspires and promotes the exploration of cybersecurity careers. We have asked our experts to comment on this week.Read More
Week 3 of Cybersecurity Awareness Month highlights Cybersecurity Career Awareness Week led by National Initiative for Cybersecurity Education (NICE). This is a week-long campaign that inspires and promotes the exploration of cybersecurity careers. Whether it’s students, veterans, or those seeking a career change, the dynamic field of cybersecurity is rapidly growing and has something for everyone.
By Jason Harber – Struggles with capacity management have been common in hospitals for so long that it sometimes feels baked into the system. Unclear discharge priorities, misaligned staffing, unexpected barriers, siloed information, lapses in communication, and a lack of real-time visibility all lead to delays in and reduced access to patient care.
By Devin Partida – Many industries, from cybersecurity to manufacturing, are facing diversity issues in the workplace. There are clear signs that marginalized groups are underrepresented. Consider technology industry — 50% of women in tech say they’ve experienced gender discrimination at work.
October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month and this is week 2: Fight the Phish, We have rounded up some of our cybersecurity experts to weigh in on how we can fight the phish and some best practices to implement throughout your organizations.
By Ruchi Medhekar – Improving data capture to form a more complete patient record. Creating true and measurable workflow efficiencies. Filling process gaps to recover lost revenue. All these priorities are essential to operating a successful hospital, and automation offers a solution to address each of these objectives.
By Richard Bailey – Continuing our Awareness month in week 2. Phishing attacks and scams have thrived since the COVID pandemic began in 2020, and today, phishing attacks account for more than 80 percent of reported security incidents.
By Brad Jolly – Heart disease continues to be a major health problem. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report it was the number one cause of death in 2019. In many cases, heart disease can be treated via lifestyle changes such as diet and exercise; in other cases, pharmaceutical approaches are useful.
Tuesday, October 26, 2021 1pm ET – Join us for our virtual panel discussion on cybersecurity in healthcare – On this year’s panel discussion, our experts from around the industry will discuss the challenges healthcare organizations face, what the future may hold, and what can be done to fortify security protocols and guardrails to minimize risk.