IT leaders today are reinventing their infrastructure to support a mobile workforce and a complex array of connected devices. Against this backdrop of mobility and connectivity, Healthcare IT is tasked with meeting compliance challenges in an intricate and transformational regulatory environment. With a host of new data protection regulations and increasingly high settlement fees for data breaches, data security has never been more important to Healthcare organizations
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Published Date: Nov 28, 2017
With the healthcare industry as the #1 target for ransomware attacks, itís critical to ensure steps are taken to prevent, detect and respond to these attacks without downtime Ė and without loss of patient data. A multi-layered approach to protective controls Ė including a Secure Email Gateway (SEG) with advanced threat protection capabilities Ė will start your healthcare organization on the right path to ransomware resilience.
Download and use this top 10 list of how to protect your organization now. Use it as a reference tool for frequent health checks of your own ransomware resilience program.
While Epic deployment is widespread in Healthcare Delivery Organizations, protection of those environments is often difficult, manual and scripted. Learn how Commvault Intellisnap software and Pure Storage enable an automated protection and recovery environment for Epic.
In this webinar, youíll learn how a major Healthcare organization is using integrated, reliable, and secure cloud-based solutions from Commvault and Amazon Web Services (AWS) to help address significant data growth while reducing infrastructure costs.
Watch expert Nancy Spizzo for an informative recorded webinar, where she'll use real-world examples to highlight best practices and dispel myths about patient data protection. Spizzo will also discuss current trends in healthcare data security and HIPAA enforcement.
The data security challenges in the healthcare industry have never been as challenging as they are today. Not only must healthcare providers comply with HIPAA regulations concerning patient privacy and electronic data security, they must also guard against identity theft as well more complex scenarios of insurance data theft, medical identity theft and the adulteration of health records.