If you’re like most people, you use tools like DropBox or Box to send and share your files via the Cloud. But how do you know that the files you share via these tools are safe? Do you trust the Cloud service provider and the security measures they’ve put in place? How sure are you that these security measures are foolproof?
When you move into a new place, one of the first things you do is change all the locks. It’s important to your sense of security that you control who has access to your home. Changing the locks just makes logical and practical sense. This same logic should also be applied to your business thinking when you are looking to secure your sensitive information in a new environment or an environment you don’t fully control.
Holistic, comprehensive security strategies, centered on protecting data, not devices, are easier than ever thanks to current encryption technology. According to a recent Ponemon Institute study, over the last five years healthcare organizations have slowly increased their investment in data security along with new technologies to better protect Protected Health Information (PHI).