Healthcare’s Cloud Migration: 7 Emerging Data Security Risks

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Jon Moore, Chief Risk Officer and SVP Consulting Services, Clearwater

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Seeking flexibility, scalability, and cost-savings, an increasing number of healthcare organizations are moving systems and data to the Cloud. Fueled by increased adoption of telemedicine and wearable medical devices sparked by the pandemic and continuing investment and growth in Cloud-native health IT startups, the market for healthcare cloud computing is expected to grow from $28 billion in 2020 to nearly $65 billion over the next six years, according to a recent study by MarketDigits. While there are numerous benefits for healthcare organizations that adopt cloud models, introducing sensitive and protected data into the Cloud creates various new risks. As we’ve seen in some surveys, organizations are conflicted on whether cloud security makes it easier or more challenging to manage these risks. A recent Netwrix survey indicated that nearly 40% of respondents have had a cloud security incident in the past year, and nearly half of them could not diagnose the issue. During this webinar, Clearwater Chief Risk Officer and Head of Consulting Services Jon Moore will review recent examples of healthcare cloud security failures and discuss critical takeaways that organizations should note to avoid similar missteps. Attendees will learn: · Seven ways cloud security can go sideways resulting in a breach and HIPAA violation · Best practices to help your organization reduce risk and avoid a HIPAA violation in the Cloud

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