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Healthcare IT

It Is Time to Plan for 2021

While it is crunch time to get budget numbers finalized; technology is one of those areas that can be a challenge to measure cost and performance.

Why IT Management is Not the Same as Cybersecurity

For many, IT management and cybersecurity practices remain synonymous, but they are really two sides of the same coin. Find out more about what may be the missing link in your IT management strategy.
Healthcare IT

Will Remote Geography Protect Rural Healthcare from Cyber Exploits?

Cyber attacks may be the last thing on the mind of a hospital administrator, especially if they operate in such a remote environment but when an attack happens it can unleash a nightmare scenario with devastating consequences.
Healthcare IT

Compliance Does Not Equal Security and Why Healthcare Executives Need to Know the Difference.

2019 is on track to surpass last year’s 365 record number of reported data breaches in healthcare and analyst are predicting this number to continue rise every year.
Healthcare IT

In the Wake of New ePHI Data Leaks; Healthcare Providers Rush to Identify Risks to Their ePHI Data

The sheer volume and complexity of vulnerabilities to ePHI data are staggering and many providers are finding it challenging to identify these threats.
Healthcare IT

Long Overdue: How Changing the Model of Security Risk Assessments Can Benefit Healthcare Providers

Healthcare providers who choose a reactive model to conducting SRA’s are missing out on gaining visibility and insight to their risks and consequently end up risking patient trust. It can take years to build patient trust and only a moment for it to be destroyed. Securing digital assets can no longer be delegated solely to the IT department.
Healthcare IT

E-mail Security Among the Most Pressing IT Security Vulnerabilities Reports Healthcare Industry IT Leaders

When in doubt, do not click on any links and notify IT department to see if they are seeing an increase in potential malicious e-mails.