Cybersecurity

Keys To Optimizing Smart Healthcare

Sachin Kalra is vice president, client partner - Mobile & IoT at Infostretch Corporation

“As the journey toward 5G networks continues, smart healthcare applications empowered by it have the potential to revolutionize the way patients, healthcare providers, hospitals, insurance companies, and others in the healthcare ecosystem engage,” says Sachin Kalra, vice president, client partner – Mobile & IoT at Infostretch Corporation, a digital-first professional services firm based in Santa Read More

Developing Smart Healthcare Technology: 5 Best Practices

Sachin Kalra is vice president, client partner - Mobile & IoT at Infostretch Corporation

eHealthcare Pulse // By Sachin Kalra // As the journey toward 5G networks continues, smart healthcare applications empowered by it have the potential to revolutionize the way patients, healthcare providers, hospitals, insurance companies, and others in the healthcare ecosystem engage. If we as an industry get this right, health providers will be able to serve Read More

Blurred Lines: Marketing and Ethics in the Brave New World, Part 1

Danny Fell

// By Daniel Fell // The following article was adapted from the panel presentation Blurred Lines: Marketing and Ethics in the Brave New World held at the 2018 Healthcare Internet Conference (HCIC) in Scottsdale, Arizona. Panel members included Karen Corrigan, founder and CEO of Corrigan Consulting; David Feinberg, chief marketing officer at Mount Sinai Health Read More

A New Tool To Hack-Proof Your Mobile Data

Cybersecurity Expert Ralph Echemendia, The Ethical Hacker. Photo credit: Photographer Andres Hernandez

A few days ago, a headline popped up: “Marriott Hacking Exposes Data of Up To 500 Million Guests.” Not again. First a health insurance company. Then a credit reporting agency. And now a hotel chain. How does this happen? Where is the weak link that allows major corporations — and their customers — to be Read More

Gamified Cybersecurity Tool Empowering Consumers – Coming Soon!

Jane Weber Brubaker

// By Jane Weber Brubaker // A few days ago, a headline popped up: “Marriott Hacking Exposes Data of Up To 500 Million Guests.” Not again. First a health insurance company. Then a credit reporting agency. And now a hotel chain I frequent. How does this happen? Where is the weak link that allows major Read More