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The majority of healthcare data breaches in 2019 have been traced to third-party vendors and phishing attacks. Here's what needs to be done to reduce risk.
Ransomware attacks are more prevalent than ever but recovery is possible if you follow the right best practices. Here's what needs to be done on Day One.
Although predictions of growing cybersecurity threats continue to raise alarms in the healthcare sector, there are clear, proactive steps organizations can take to protect themselves.
These recommendations will help healthcare organizations protect their infrastructure against breaches that can severely impact privacy standards.
Healthcare facilities continually face both physical and cyber threats. They must be prepared to protect both patients and their information.
These five security practices help organizations address imminent risks to data privacy, keep pace with continually evolving threats & protect patients’ personal information.
Prior to unleashing the power of a mHealth app, vendors & providers should make sure the app is compliant with guidelines to deal with major security concerns.
Patients must feel confident in the knowledge that their personal data is secure and private, accessible only to them and their immediate healthcare providers. How can clinics, hospitals, and administrators ensure their information is kept out of the wrong hands?
From hacking into medical devices to altering AI algorithms, cyberattacks pose a threat to human health and could even be fatal. Healthcare organizations must understand the true extent of these types of threats and put into place the right proactive measures—the public's trust depends on it.
Healthcare IT professionals have one of the hardest jobs in the industry, carrying huge responsibilities. Here are four major challenges they are facing in 2018.
While technological disruption may have gotten the healthcare industry into this mess, it could also be the very thing that delivers the industry from it.
Strong passwords, anti-virus software, common sense, and a keen sense of caution can protect you against cyber attacks, phishing scams, and other cons.
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