// By Suni Munshani //
Massive amounts of private health information (PHI) are stored in Health Information Exchanges (HIEs) ready for analysis by those in the healthcare industry for the benefit of all. But mobile and cloud technologies have blurred traditional enterprise perimeters and the healthcare industry must find new ways to defend itself and its sensitive data from bad actors also keen to leverage the wealth of private information found in these large repositories and complicated healthcare ecosystems.
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Anyone who has worked in a healthcare organization can attest to the constant reminders to secure laptops and flash drives, send secure email and text messages, and avoid any possibility of compromising PHI. But in today’s environment, the greatest threats may not be coming from careless employees, but from cybercriminals. A single high-profile attack could wipe out all the great work you do to present your organization’s brand in a positive light. Read on to hear from a privacy and security expert just how high the stakes are, and what your organization can do to keep data secure. Please log in.
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