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. For others, particularly those who have come across several computer systems over many years, each new software is a security challenge to be overcome. Let’s go over some safety ahead of the holiday, and hope for a breach-free weekend!
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New cyber resiliency insights from the Dept of Health and Human Services Cybersecurity Coordination Center aim to support healthcare providers in bolstering enterprise cyber posture to improve response in the wake of security incidents.
Ransomware Risk in Healthcare Endangers Patients via Threat Post
Healthcare professionals devote their attention to protecting patients from harm. In today’s digital world, this mandate is no longer limited to direct-care delivery. A ransomware attack puts patients physically at risk and might be as devastating as a life-threatening disease.
Ponemon Institute: Just 16% Of Enterprises Have Mature IAM Programs via HealthcareITNews
Ponemon found that most enterprise IAM programs have not achieved maturity, leaving companies struggling to reduce identity and access related risks. This should serve as a wake-up call to C-level executives and security leaders: the absence of a modern IAM program fuels the risk of rising identity and access-related attacks, and their financial consequences.
Operational Technology (OT) Security Risks, Best Practices in Healthcare via HealthITSecurity Magazine
As healthcare becomes increasingly interconnected, organizations should prioritize operational technology (OT) security efforts alongside IT security. What are a few best practices, and how can you implement them? Talk to Idenhaus today.
Excellent data quality is a prerequisite for Identity Management and Governance and not the other way around. If the quality of your data is bad, your Identity Management, Governance, and Compliance initiatives will be almost worthless to pursue and automate – let’s change that! Talk to Idenhaus’ experts today!
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