Most times, the real superheroes don’t wear capes. They wear PPE and help keep our bodies and minds safe from bacterial invaders and foreign objects. However, the real heroes of nursing are those who not only juggle healthcare and the ins-and-outs of healthy bodies and minds, but the ones who juggle legacy PHI systems, old machinery, and data collection that came from a time before computers. Those heroes deserve a big round of applause from both sides- healthcare and cybersecurity. So, give a nurse a thank you, and see if you can find something useful to leave them in this week’s cybersecurity newsletter.
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Keeping The Security Forces Strong All May Long
Nurses Are Vital to Maintaining Healthcare Cybersecurity via HealthTech
The future of healthcare security will require nurses to play a larger role in crafting policy and receiving training that fosters connections between nursing staff and IT leaders.
The Healthcare Ransomware Epidemic: 5 Best Practices For Safeguarding Your Organization via Becker’s HealthIT
Here are five ways to make sure your healthcare organization is safeguarded against the newest onslaughts of hacking attacks. Need some help shoring up the defenses? Call Idenhaus!
Tips for Implementing HITRUST for Healthcare Providers via Cyber Defense Magazine
Increased technology brings increased data privacy concerns, especially when the systems being protected are older, perhaps less updated or protected. How are you protecting your healthcare organization, and can you do more?
The State of Healthcare Cybersecurity via JDSpura
While healthcare organizations often feel the highest risk is patient information, it is interesting that the respondents of a recent HIMSS survey noted that financial information and employee information were more often the targets of attacks.
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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