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10 Identity Management & Healthcare IT Articles for the New Year
Top Identity Management Videos from 2019 via Idenhaus
What were Identity & Access Management and Cybersecurity experts watching in 2019? Let’s take a look back at our most viewed Identity Management videos from 2019
Companies in the biometrics, digital identity, and cybersecurity space have shared predictions for 2020, touching on many of the key themes of the past year, and reflecting the wealth of opportunity, as well as the anxieties at play in the industry.
In order to protect access to sensitive data and assets, IAM must become the cornerstone of IT infrastructure and security strategy in healthcare organizations.
By securing every endpoint with a persistent connection and the resiliency to autonomously self-heal, CIOs are finding new ways to further improve network security by capitalizing on each IT assets’ intelligence.
Healthcare Security: How To Deploy IoT Securely via SecurityBoulevard
While governments can do more to help ensure healthcare IoT and medical devices are made securely, providers have an ultimate say: if they see devices aren’t inherently secure and manageable, they can choose devices that are.
When getting started with IAM, companies will need to decide whether to begin with automation or governance first. This webinar will explore both approaches and make a case for which should come first.
Cyber Threats Behind the Biggest Healthcare Data Breaches of 2019 via HealthITSecurity
Ransomware saw a resurgence in 2019, which disrupted patient care across the US. But third-party vendor breaches and phishing caused some of the largest healthcare data breaches of 2019.
Digital identity management is one of the crucial areas where IoT falls short. A primary reason is that security concerns may leak to disastrous consequences like financial loss, confidentiality leaks, and data tampering.
Healthcare bug bounty programs outpace the rest of the industry. HackerOne reports its average payout is about $625 per bug reported, several hundred less than what severe healthcare bugs tend to pay.
Can we re-position IT from a cost center (aka ‘value-destroying’) to a profit center (‘value-creating’) to realize its full potential as a strategic enabler to the organization?
Check out our previous digest of cybersecurity and Healthcare IT articles, 9 Must-Read Cybersecurity and Healthcare IT Articles
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