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January 20, 2017
Healthcare data breaches cost the industry $6.2 billion a year, while the average cost of a single data breach across all industries is $4 million, according to Protenus. Additionally, nearly 90% ...
December 23, 2016
A health IT expert weighs in on the top trends in health IT for 2017, including predictions about ransomware, RPA and blockchain.
December 15, 2016
Cognitive computing may be the next big advance in health IT security. According to a recent study from the IBM Institute for Business Value, nearly 60% of security professionals say cognitive ...
November 18, 2016
The number of health data breaches decreased for the second month in a row following a summer that saw a record number of breaches, according to the Protenus Breach Barometer. There were 35 ...
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Cybersecurity and blockchain received a lot of attention in 2016, and both trends are expected to remain on the radars of healthcare executives in 2017. Continue Reading
There's a lot of buzz about the uses for blockchain in healthcare. While the potential of this technology is exciting, one analyst provides a reality check. Continue Reading
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Some say that IoT is inevitable. While there are many benefits to IoT in healthcare, there are also risks. CIO Jon Russell shares what concerns him most about medical IoT. Continue Reading
Hospitals will continue to be a prime target for cyberattacks in 2017, but IT can prevent an attack by training end users on email best practices and monitoring network traffic. Continue Reading
Security is a top concern in health IT, especially given that attacks have become more sophisticated and frequent. A CIO talks about key technologies for preventing ransomware. Continue Reading
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In order to achieve interoperability of security tools and strengthen security, one CIO said that there must be security standards for healthcare information systems. Continue Reading
Looking across various industries, healthcare is near the head of the line in its exploration of innovative thinking when it comes to the internet of things.
Machine-to-machine communication has progressed rapidly in healthcare settings. ... Continue Reading
Hospitals can prevent cybersecurity breaches by managing healthcare assets such as MRI and CT scanners and requiring mobile devices to register with an MDM solution. Continue Reading
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As hackers continue to use more sophisticated tools to execute cyberattacks, there are six steps IT can take to prevent hospital ransomware infections and other cyberthreats. Continue Reading
Healthcare organizations can protect patient data from breaches with a three-layered approach that combines traditional and advanced protection features. Continue Reading
Hospitals are prime targets for ransomware attacks. Health IT teams must move quickly to identify and isolate a ransomware infection to keep it from spreading. Continue Reading