Health Care Providers & Patient Data Security

Data security in health care is an ongoing issue that many organizations continually face and are forced to address thanks to current legislation and regulations that require the security of data. As a security vendor that works with a number of health care organizations, we recognize the importance of data encryption (obviously) and the security of patient and other data that organizations have access to and must keep protected.

With that in mind, WinMagic has released an eBook that talks about Health Care Provider and Patient Data Security that is free for you to download. There’s a consolidation of some great facts and figures, like the fact the cost or fiscal impact of breaches was $2.4 million per institution.

The goal of this eBook is to offer health care organizations insights into some of the issues happening in market, how encryption can address the unique security challenges faced and the best practices and approaches for protecting data.

To get your hands on this, follow this link to learn more:

https://www.winmagic.com/healthcare/ebook

Happy reading!

 

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