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Cybersecurity in Healthcare: 3 Ways Organizations Can Mitigate Security Risks

What is complicating healthcare cybersecurity?

Solution providers need to articulate their value proposition, not only in business terms, but also in terms of the impact their technology will have on the delivery of healthcare and, ultimately, the wellbeing of the patient.

Key Takeaways:

• Identify primary barriers to establishing excellent healthcare cybersecurity.
• What impact will IoT and cloud services, including computing and storage, have on healthcare cybersecurity?
• What are the substantial growth opportunities?
Recorded Jul 25 2019 50 mins
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Mike Jude, Ph.D., Research Manager, Frost & Sullivan, Erin Benson, Director, Market Planning, LexisNexis Risk Solutions
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