In a remote work environment, cybersecurity teams learned that they needed to support their organizations by providing workers with the information they needed to secure their data, while also remaining flexible to changing needs, panelists said at a HIMSS Digital session.
Healthcare is in the midst of a digital revolution, unlike anything the industry has experienced before. But, according to CHIME CEO Russell Branzell, the growing dependence on technology for patient care and remote work is raising concerns related to cyberattacks.
The rise in cybercrime is a significant concern among healthcare stakeholders. But defending against these types of attacks is not as complicated as it is often made out to be and can be narrowed to two key steps: deploying multi-factor authentication and staff training.
Follow along with our new blog series #HealthcareNow and #PublicSectorNow, where we’ll addresses healthcare innovation around the world and how to maintain business continuity in today’s health climate. The last six months have changed everything that we know about work – especially remote work. According to a recent study by PwC, 54% of CFOs say their organizations will …