The influx of health care IoT devices, both approved and unsanctioned, is creating unprecedented security concerns for hospital IT departments.
A single breach is all it takes to wreak havoc on a health care organization that relies solely on perimeter controls for critical data protection.
Compliance should be viewed as a framework to facilitate security, not a magic wand to make threats and vulnerabilities disappear.
The health care security immune system maps to integrated services and products, addressing specific health care concerns and preventing cyberattacks.
Since the benefits of data protection solutions are often intangible, many clinicians and executives fail to invest adequately in health care security.
A health care data breach comes with big costs for companies, but records are going for just pennies on the Dark Web. Where is the disconnect?
An FTP server, and especially anonymous FTP services, can be a significant security flaw that puts health care offices at risk.
Health Care Providers Need to Comply With HIPAA Regulations and Address These Five Critical Security Issues
Health care organizations must address these five major cybersecurity concerns to comply with HIPAA regulations and ensure proper handling of patient data.
A smooth user experience leads to more secure systems and databases. CSOs should consult users directly to resolve issues related to the data they access.
A new report based on IBM MSS data revealed that ransomware, insider threats and third-party breaches plagued health care organizations in 2016.