Keeping up with Healthcare Security

We’ve been busy lately on the news front and doing our part to contribute to security discussions going on in the Healthcare space. One of the hottest topics we’ve been addressing recently is the affect bring your own device (BYOD) is having on healthcare. 

But it’s not only that, it’s also offering commentary on things happening as it relates to things like data breaches as a result of lost or stolen devices. But don’t just read this blog, check out the following to see what we’re saying:

How BYOD is Putting PHI at Risk – Health IT Outcomes

With the Rise of Mobile Computing and BYOD in Healthcare, Protecting Patient’s Personal Health Information Has Evolved into a Complex, Overwhelming Undertaking – Electronic Health Reporter

Victim Tally in L.A. Breach Doubles – HealthCare Info Security

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