Why Healthcare Providers Need Secure Telehealth Solutions
With telehealth on the rise, providers must reconsider how their technology solutions keep patients' data safe and comply with their HIPAA requirements.
Ask a cybersecurity expert: What are the top 4 tips for securing health data?
Senior Security Consultant Keith Rabbin shares his top 4 tips for avoiding data breaches and HIPAA-related criminal penalties.
The data breach is coming from inside the hospital
It's an old trope in horror movies: "The call is coming from inside the house!" For healthcare professionals, there's a similar tale that's almost as scary — and unfortunately, real. Find out how a modern data center can help stop healthcare insider data leaks.
Cisco Spark Achieves HIPAA Compliance
Cisco Spark is now ready for use in healthcare consistent with customer needs for HIPAA, a U.S. healthcare law that establishes requirements for the use, disclosure, and safeguarding of individually identifiable health information.
Cisco AMP for Endpoints Meets PCI and HIPAA Requirements for Compliance
Cisco AMP for Endpoints was recently the subject of a thorough technical review and test to validate that the solution satisfies requirements in accordance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) version 3.2 and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Security Rule. The Cisco Security Team is pleased to report […]
Compliance: Not Just a Necessary Evil; Good for Business
Despite all the complexity, have you considered that compliance may actually be good for your business? Studies have found that companies with strong governance and compliance cultures outperform their counterparts. Compliance can actually boost the bottom line. Cisco Advanced Services can help you turn compliance into a business growth driver using Cisco Spark Compliance Services.
TMA? Get Some Relief from Acronym Overload
I see and hear a variety of acronyms being used on a daily basis. I recently heard one tossed around with good humor that makes a point: TMA or Too Many Acronyms. Every once in a while, when I think I’ve embedded the definition and use of an acronym into my long-term memory (anything beyond […]