Rural health facilities don’t have the same resources that large IDNs do to invest in cybersecurity, but it’s no longer an excuse, says Kate Pierce. In this interview, she talks about the creative ways in which her team is working to safeguard data.
It’s time to stop overlooking the cybersecurity risks that exist within the supply chain and provide guidance on how to deal with them, says Greg Garcia, who talks about a new toolkit aimed at small-to-medium sized organizations.
When it isn’t feasible to purchase new biomedical devices – and much of the time, it isn’t – healthcare IT and security leaders need to find more creative ways to secure data, according to Theresa Meadows and Will Long, who discussed the topic during a recent webinar.
The key to achieving success in healthcare IT – or any field, for that matter – isn’t in the number of calls you make, but rather the level of service you provide, says Mitch Parker, CISO at Indiana University Health.
Healthcare organizations are never going to be completely secure – especially when working with outside vendors, but there are ways to mitigate risk, whether it’s through software, services, or industry initiatives, says Dan Czech.