With big holidays come the big threats- whether that threat is on a personal scale, or an enterprise scale is the question. While most people know that they need to keep a wary eye out for extra scams at holidays, others are distracted, overworked or over-stressed, and they might need a refresher. Let’s all look
As we come up to the holiday week, Idenhaus wants to remind everyone to be safe this holiday and all summer long. Cybersecurity starts at home, and good habits are learned from an early age. Some people started their cybersecurity journey needing only a few reminders about password health and links to look out for.
While it can still feel much like the wild, wild west in the fringes of the internet, and in some aspects of healthcare, the reality is that much of the best new medical technology we are seeing has been developed using the current software available. Now, as that tech ages, it can be much easier
Sometimes, it can feel like your organization is stuck in a cybersecurity rut. Other times, your organization is actually stuck, but not in any rut- just in the legacy systems that continue to work enough to not need replacing. Legacy systems are creating plenty of extra issues for those who have to keep using them
Policy vs Standards vs Procedures How can we ensure that employees and individuals inside any business use technology in the manner that the organization expects? Previously, we discussed Why Every Organization Needs Information Security Policies. Any business will take steps to secure its information assets; and how that business will do so should be
Idenhaus highlighted some healthcare heroes for Nurses’ week in May, and now we want to highlight how thankful we are to all those who have served in the military, no matter how they served. For all those still serving, we thank you as well. In this edition of the newsletter, we dig into the topics
Happy Memorial Day! Idenhaus highlighted some healthcare heroes for Nurses’ week in May, and now we want to highlight how thankful we are to all those who have served in the military, no matter how they served. For all those still serving, we thank you as well. In this edition, we explore why some of
by Leah Livingston Last week, we brought to light some data quality issues that are affecting all aspects of the organization. You probably asked yourself, “Wait, our poor data quality is affecting our security posture, as well as our profit margin?” The short answer is, absolutely. Remember our examples? It’s not just slow onboarding or