Topic: Privacy and Security
One strategy to address cybersecurity with board leadership is to use the power of storytelling and narrative to make it real, according to a report.
Political uncertainty could be the biggest factor stifling healthcare and life sciences deals this year and ahead of the 2020 elections, a poll found.
The intelligence community may offer healthcare leaders a better model for handling big data than the titans of tech.
Healthcare is riddled with devices running legacy Windows—and 70% of Windows devices will no longer be supported by Microsoft in January.
It's safe to say that many organizations are still perplexed about HIPAA audits, enforcement and compliance. As a result, the number of organizations that fail to meet compliance each year remains the majority.
Federal prosecutors this week charged a Chinese national and an unnamed accomplice with stealing personal information from Anthem's network.
Bucking the trend seen in most industries, internal threat actors are the primary force behind data breaches in healthcare, responsible for 59% of attacks in 2018.
Touchstone Medical Imaging will pay $3 million to settle potential HIPAA violations for a security breach that exposed the data of 300,000 patients.
The digital and physical worlds are not just intersecting—they are merging.
Privacy experts and patient advocates say Facebook's recent changes do not go far enough to protect users’ personal health information.