Cyber security breaches have exposed millions of private records over the last few years – 87 million to be exact – and it’s clear that hackers are not letting up. Federal, state and local agencies face a constant barrage of cyber attacks by organized crime, hacktivists and state-sponsored agents. To fight these threats, agencies need to update their patches and defenses, but budgets are tight and it’s challenging to retain…
Today, malicious hackers take a strategic, more patient view. They treat each piece of information as a puzzle piece that tells them a little more about you. The more complete the puzzle is, the more effectively they can assume your identity. Here’s what you can do to prevent that.
The risk for healthcare organizations isn’t getting any better. In fact, we’re now more than five years into the HITECH and Affordable Care Acts, and the risks are greater than ever.
In this blog, I’ve listed four top security priorities I believe healthcare organizations need to take into account now in order to secure data, and their patient confidence, for the future of healthcare:
Recently announced, Avnet Technology Solutions has expanded its distribution agreement with Veeam® Software, the innovative provider of solutions that deliver Availability for the Modern Data Center™. Here are 5 ways you can bridge the availability gap with this new partnership.:
Recently, Premera Blue Cross was hit with the second-biggest cyberattack in healthcare industry history, exposing the personal, financial and medical information of more than 11 million customers. Only six weeks before, Anthem announced that it had been victim of a breach subjecting nearly 80 million records of customers to exposure. Although these breaches are becoming more and more common in the healthcare industry, they’re nothing new.
Although data, when properly analyzed, has the ability to grow organizations by leaps and bounds, it has the possibility of bringing it to its knees – and it does. Learn the dual roles solution providers play in helping customers gain value from their data, and keeping that same data safe.