Health care companies are high-priority targets for cybercriminals. Is there some way for health agencies to combat this data breach syndrome?
Health and fitness devices that are connected to the Internet of Things can improve quality of life, but they also have security and privacy risks.
Cloud security solutions may be the answer for health care organizations seeking to secure data, but they don't come without risks.
Private enterprises can learn a lot from agencies tied to the health care industry, some of which are leveraging analytical tools to curb Medicare fraud.
Hospitals now rely on medical device technology to improve care outcomes, but are security flaws in these devices putting patients at risk?
Health care fraud is an ever-increasing problem, and organizations must audit and train their employees to make sure their systems can stay secure.
Labeled vulnerable to cyberattacks such as mobile malware by the FBI, health care organizations need to develop strong mobile security strategies in 2015.
From Health Care to Health Crisis: A Consumer’s Perspective on Health System Breaches and Stolen Customer Data
After being the victim of a health system breach that stole my customer data, I realized organizations need to invest in a threat protection system.
The health care and insurance sectors are under pressure to safeguard their operations in the light of rising health insurance fraud threats.
Because many Americans now receive home care, this fundamental shift has led to a rise in home care fraud. In turn, this raises health care costs.