By Matt Fisher – Regulatory schemes for the protection of data, whether healthcare or otherwise, are often criticized in the US for being fragmentary and siloed. No coordinated regulatory framework exists because that is not the way the law was implemented.Read More
The thought leaders in our community are good about sharing their thoughts on the issues of today. Here are the top read and shared guest posts of April.
By Matt Fisher – The ability to protect and secure digital information is under constant threat. Attackers of all sorts force their way into systems, trick individuals into providing access, and otherwise access data that is not their own.
By Matt Fisher – Access cannot be freely granted to data. Such is the reality of the world today. If a vendor is allowed to freely access, use or otherwise interact with data, unnecessary risk has been created.
By Matt Fisher – Despite the fact that ransomware and hacking attacks draw the biggest headlines, it is actually improper insider access that causes the highest number of data breaches.
By Matt Fisher – A healthcare organization compare a number of vendors, product features and gets close to choosing one. Just before making the ultimate decision, someone asks, what about HIPAA?
By Matt Fisher – Every day brings a new report of a security breach or other security based problem within healthcare. The unceasing cycle of issues gives rise to the question of what can and is healthcare doing about security and in particular cybersecurity.
The thought leaders in our community are good about sharing their thoughts on the issues of today. Here are the top read and shared guest posts of February.
By Matt Fisher – While home on paternity leave taking care of my baby daughter, I’ve had a fair amount fo time to think about different issues, which means I think about HIPAA.