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How Post-Quantum Encryption Mandates Affect Healthcare

InformationWeek: What Does the TikTok Debate Mean for Enterprise IT Leaders?

Healthcare IT Today – Cybersecurity: Hoping for the Best, but Preparing for the Worst

Cybersecurity: Hoping for the Best, but Preparing for the Worst

In an ideal world we wouldn’t have to worry about cybersecurity for healthcare. But unfortunately that is just not the case. Instead with how deeply personal and important the information and data that we hold is in the world of healthcare, we need to be prepared for the absolute worst. All systems should have protections in place against even the worst of cyber threats.

Health Plan, Mental Health Provider Hit by GoAnywhere Flaw

Insurer Notifying Thousands Affected by Breach of Behavioral Health Provider's Data

Bill Exposes Where Health Data Protections Lag

— It's not just period tracker apps: patient health data frequently vulnerable

Managing the benefits and risks of AI in healthcare

Artificial Intelligence (AI) hype spiked again recently with the public release of ChatGPT.

ViVE 2023: Consider these Booths To Visit

Building upon the successful launch in 2022, ViVE is poised to deliver another unforgettable event experience around healthcare IT innovation and business transformation.

Don’t Let the Adversary Operate In Your Blind Spot

Today’s adversaries are successfully taking advantage of a user’s likelihood to open a malicious file, click a malicious link, or steal a user’s identity to launch disruptive and potentially destructive attacks.

Healthcare Cyberattacks at Two Hospitals Prompt Tough Decisions as Their Clinical Laboratories Are Forced to Switch to Paper Documentation

Healthcare cyberattacks continue to be a threat that bring potentially costly business consequences for clinical laboratories. Just in the past month, two hospital systems had their health information technology (HIT) systems disrupted due to security incidents.

Cybercriminals Step Up Attacks on Health Care Payment Processors

The Federal Bureau of Investigation in September warned that it has received multiple reports of cybercriminals increasingly targeting health care payment processors to redirect payments to themselves.

Several Louisiana hospitals face online tracking lawsuits

The lawsuits allege that the two largest hospital networks in Louisiana, LCMC Health and Willis-Knighton Health, used tracking code on their websites and shared protected patient data.


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