A strong IT team is absolutely key when it comes to protecting your company from unwanted security breaches that put both your organization and patients at risk. Here are some skills to look for when adding a cyber security member to your IT team.
Healthcare organizations are one of the biggest targets of cyber attacks that compromise patient PHI. The sharing and use of identical passwords across multiple platforms can increase the impact of password hacks. Here are some ways to make sure your mobile devices and accounts are secure to help keep your data safe.
There can be a number of consequences when organizations do not follow breach notification rules. Business associates and healthcare organizations risk weakening the trust of their customers and the safety of great amounts of sensitive personal and organizational data when they do not follow the required protocols.
It is anticipated that the devastating global malware attacks of WannaCry are only just beginning, with more severe assaults on the horizon. Learn more about the gravity of cyber threats and how to protect your healthcare organization's private data.
Adopting new technologies such as secure mobile messaging can prove challenging in the workplace, especially when dealing with naysayers or those who are not naturally tech-savvy. However organizations must move with the times and welcome new tools available so as to achieve better outcomes. Here we offer some guidelines to ensure successful adoption of mobile messaging.
From tablets to smartphones, organizations are seeing a high increase in the number of personal mobile devices being used by employees to get things done. These devices have helped to increase productivity both in the workplace and on the go. Organizations must ensure they keep up to speed with the growing mobile workforce by having a Bring Your Own Device Policy in place.