Posts Tagged ‘healthcare’

Healthcare Data Today: In Motion or Out of Control?

Posted: 28th October 2014 by VPN Haus in IT policy, VPN
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From October 2009 through the present day, one industry alone has reported 900 different breaches. And none of those 900 were limited in their scope – in each, at least 500 individuals were affected. Who knows how many other smaller breaches happened, without public knowledge. The industry we’re describing probably isn’t any of the ones you [...]

A little while back, we began a series of “get to know you” polls in an effort to better shape our content. In a June poll, we asked about your positions within your organizations, with results showing an even split between IT and marketing, with sales also being a popular answer. We found the results [...]

A little while back, we began a series of “get to know you” polls in an effort to better shape our content. In a June poll, we asked about your positions within your organizations, with results showing an even split between IT and marketing, with sales also being a popular answer. We found the results [...]

Today, we finish our conversation with Dr. Ruchi Dass on mobile health trends. We left off last week talking about the security issues surrounding mHealth. Below, Dr. Dass tells us more about mitigating security risks and what still needs to happen for mHealth to be fully optimized. Dr. Ruchi Dass: To mitigate the risks authentication systems raise, it [...]

Earlier this week, we explored the innumerable medical breakthroughs that could stem from mobile health innovations. Today, let’s consider the security considerations to enable this. Security Must Be Paramount Yet, considering how sensitive and valuable medical information is, proper precautions must be taken to secure this data before mobile health can become mainstream. For instance, if [...]