OCR announced this week that a second round of HIPAA Audits has finally begun. Even if you don’t face an audit, you are likely to find yourself facing off with security and compliance challenges.
We are also seeing more aggressive ransomware and malware and it shows up on devices that were previously not targeted.
While courts, lawmakers, and executives grapple with privacy concerns, users should understand what is at stake and what is within our control today. Know how to protect your devices, data, and personal security.
Could 2016 be a turning point in our ability to identify and thwart malicious attacks and close security gaps that have put us on the defensive in the past? We could be in for an exciting New Year for cybersecurity.
Health IT Week has become a rallying point for the healthcare industry to face the challenges of advancing services with expanding technology while maintaining the security and level of service patients require.
Floridians tell ourselves we are not really at risk for a hurricane. I hear the same sentiment from executives about their cyber security risk. We tend to downplay common threats but how dangerous could denial really be?
Everybody understands the term ‘personalized healthcare’, it’s what we have naturally come to expect in the new age of consumerization, Customer Relationship Management and choice.
Hackers, cybercriminals and nation-state actors clearly identify healthcare organizations themselves as a valuable source of assets — just the same as a bank has direct monetary assets. Your data is a tempting prize.
The FREAK vulnerability affects some implementations of SSL/TLS that may allow an attacker to decrypt secure communications between vulnerable clients and servers. Are your systems at risk?
Issues and concerns raised by weird and scary attack at Sony Pictures extend to your business as well.