Contrary to popular belief, the various cybersecurity frameworks aren’t necessarily competing with each other, according to Nate Couture, CISO at The University of Vermont Health Network. In fact, “they result in very similar outcomes when all is said and done,” and in the case of HICP and NIST CSF, can be complementary to each other.
With cloud solutions playing an increasingly “critical role in determining how quickly we can adapt, excel, and expedite digital strategies,” the pressure is on CIOs, CISOs, and other leaders to establish a solid cloud security strategy, according to our panelists in a recent discussion.
Should patients be able to access and share their medical records? Of course. But are patients willing to read all the fine print, and qualified to properly vet third parties? That, says Chuck Christian, is the big question.
For an increasing number of organizations, growth strategies are focused more on joint ventures and retail partnerships, and less on adding hospital beds, according to Impact Advisors.
If we want to make interoperability a reality, we need to stop thinking of it as a utopian place where data flows freely, and instead define it as the ability to incrementally improve functionality, says Doug Fridsma.