Delivering Better Healthcare through Data Protection

Nikfar Khaleeli, Group Product Marketing Manager
In 2010, the emphasis on cost control in healthcare continues. The HITECH Act of 2009 incentivizes healthcare providers to move to electronic health records (EHR) systems but that comes with increased risk of data breaches. According to the Los Angeles Times, roughly 150 people (from doctors and nurses to technicians and billing clerks) have access to at least part of a patient's records during a hospitalization. Of the 385 organizations hit with data breaches so far this year, 113 were in healthcare! As regulations governing the handling of data get tougher, healthcare IT organizations must take action to protect devices and prevent data loss. Data Loss Prevention and encryption solutions help you deliver better healthcare while controlling costs. Attend and learn how you can pass audits with confidence; reduce the complexity and cost of protecting your data and create a safe environment for physicians to freely exchange information.
Nov 3 2010
49 mins
Delivering Better Healthcare through Data Protection
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Today, your data is constantly at risk of loss and exposure. The Internet itself, increasing numbers of easily lost or stolen mobile devices, and even insiders pose real threats. This channel will offer information around strong encryption, authentication, data loss prevention, and policy-driven security controls to help you prevent unauthorized access to your sensitive information.

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