Unique Cybersecurity Challenges for Healthcare Sector

Verizon has re-examined the data within their Data Breach Investigations Report (DBIR) series to focus in on the healthcare sector’s unique profile and security challenges, and particularly the use/abuse of protected health information (PHI). Verizon’s 2018 Protected Health Information Data Breach Report (PHIDBR) is underpinned by 1,368 incidents from this caseload covering 27 countries.

2018-03-13T21:14:21+00:00By |Big Data, Healthcare IT, Services|

Preserving Cybersecurity Requires New Approach

This year’s "McAfee Labs 2018 Cybersecurity Threats Predictions Report" focuses on the evolution of ransomware from traditional to new applications, the cybersecurity implications of serverless apps, the consumer privacy implications of corporations monitoring consumers in their own homes, long-term implications of corporations gathering children’s user-generated content, and the emergence of a machine learning innovation race between defenders and adversaries.

2018-01-02T16:05:23+00:00By |Healthcare IT, Services|

Cybersecurity Threats Predictions Report For 2018

This year’s "McAfee Labs 2018 Cybersecurity Threats Predictions Report" focuses on the evolution of ransomware from traditional to new applications, the cybersecurity implications of serverless apps, the consumer privacy implications of corporations monitoring consumers in their own homes, long-term implications of corporations gathering children’s user-generated content, and the emergence of a machine learning innovation race between defenders and adversaries.

2017-12-05T22:59:30+00:00By |Healthcare IT, Services|

C-Suite Cyber-Security Quick References

“To geek or not to geek?” that is not the only question. The real c-suite cyber-security question for executives might be, “Trust or not to trust?” All things IT still intimidates most people, no matter the generation. Being informed about security, network structures, and intrusive software challenges many experts in the field. Handing the responsibilities over to internal or contracted specialists without understanding the general concepts of cyber-security creates a blind spot. Not unlike, not grasping financial concepts because the accounting department handles that stuff.

2017-10-24T18:36:54+00:00By |Healthcare IT, Services|

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