Earlier this week my colleague Garry talked about his experiences attending the TCG conference recently and the ‘hallway talk’ about the NSA. It raised some good observations and had me thinking about a recent blog from the NY Times about the NSA and their relationship with the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).
Recently it was revealed that Oregon Health & Science University (OSHU) staff were storing patient data in a cloud storage solution – namely, Google Drive. What’s the big deal? It’s Google, it has to be secure right?
Today is Civic Day (or “Regatta Day” for some Canadians)! We will return to our regular scheduling later in the week. Enjoy the long-weekend Canada and be safe!
As discussed in a previous post, data breaches continue to be a growing concern for organizations in the healthcare industry. Health organizations are looking for a cost effective and reliable data security solution that can protect their data, ensure compliance, mitigate business risks and decrease IT administration costs. With the mobile nature of the healthcare work force coupled with the increasing popularity of Self Encryption Drives (SEDs), the need for a solution the can manage all devices in one centralized location becomes even more imperative.