The key to building a strong security program? Communication, whether that means going on the road to build support, training and re-training the staff, or engaging in dialogues with device manufacturers, say Mary Alice Annecharico and Meredith Harper.
With the industry coming off its second worst year in terms of data breaches, health IT leaders need to step up their security game, says Albert Villarin, MD, who offers six helpful tips.
What differentiates organizations with a mature security program with those that don’t? How effectively they can detect, contain, and eradicate those threats, says Christopher Frenz.
Protecting network-enabled medical devices requires a set of controls that must be implemented within both the network and the device, says Christopher Frenz.
One of the best ways to preserve the security of a healthcare environment? Putting controls in place to control the flow of data between medical devices and external services, says Christopher Frenz.