While May isn’t a magical “primetime” for cybersecurity in healthcare, we at Idenhaus think cybersecurity should be highlighted every month. How prepared is your clinic or organization for a cybersecurity issue, whether that’s a case of phishing, malware, a data breech, or an insider threat? Idenhaus is here to help you prepare with some articles that highlight the ways healthcare can stay safe this May. May the Fourth be with you- and keep you safe from cyber trolls.
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May The Cybersecurity Force Be With You This Spring
Healthcare Leaders React To New Cybersecurity Concerns via HealthLeaders
The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center hasn’t seen an uptick in cyberattacks as a result of the Russian invasion of Ukraine just yet, but that and other threats are keeping security experts on their toes these days.
As malware- and ransomware-based intrusions will continue to plague healthcare into the foreseeable future, factions are urging NIST to combine its ransomware guide to its flagship cybersecurity framework to provide the sector with much-needed support.
How to Improve Data Normalization in Healthcare via HealthITAnalytics
Data normalization is critical for healthcare interoperability, but how can organizations address challenges to normalizing their data and improve the process in the future?
Four Steps To Robust Clinical Cybersecurity via Hospital And Healthcare
Hospitals are attractive targets for attackers due to the critical nature of their operations and the opportunity to cause massive disruption. Let’s talk four steps you can take to build better clinical cybersecurity today.
Human Resources touches all aspects of your organization- why not make sure it works in tandem with your security processes, instead of working against them? Hanno Ekdahl gives some good advice about how to help keep them working together- need more detailed advice? Let’s chat!
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