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01
Jun

How to Improve Your Healthcare Organization’s Security Awareness

01.06.2023
Because healthcare organizations are often targeted by ransomware attacks through phishing emails, promoting security awareness is crucial. Hackers send emails to hospitals and medical centers that seem to come from co-workers or authority figures....
01
Jun

How Healthcare Organizations Can Create a Cybersecurity Framework

01.06.2023
As the target of ransomware and other types of cyberattacks, healthcare organizations need to follow a cybersecurity framework that prevents breaches and the resulting loss of patient data. A Cybersecurity Framework (CSF) is a set of guidelines and...
01
Jun

Top 3 Cyberthreats Faced by Healthcare Providers

01.06.2023
Today, no type of business or organization is exempt from cybersecurity risk. Healthcare providers find themselves targeted by advanced threats because the information in electronic health records (EHRs) is valuable. Hackers can sell patient...
01
Jun

5 Ways to Strengthen Your SMB’s Security Posture 

01.06.2023
Small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) often lack the resources needed to adopt a strong security posture. Given the unrelenting escalation of cyberattacks, SMBs can’t afford to skimp on security. With attacks potentially costing companies...
22
May

3 Ways a Healthcare Tablet Can Improve Patient Care

22.05.2023
From admission to discharge, healthcare professionals rely on accurate data to deliver quality care. Positive patient identification, medication tracking, and staff communication are just a few of the crucial workflows hinging on dependable data...
17
May

Learning Models and Generative AI in Managed Cybersecurity Services

17.05.2023
As businesses big and small across the healthcare industry become increasingly reliant on technology to optimize and deliver patient care, effective managed cybersecurity services (outsourced management of security procedures and systems) have never...
16
Nov

Baseline Security Practices for the Modern SMB

16.11.2022
Baseline Security Practices for the Modern SMB Cyberattacks around the world are continuing to escalate in both frequency and severity, exacerbated by current global events. Ransomware attacks in particular are an ever-growing threat vector, with the...
17
Oct

5 Reasons Healthcare Cybersecurity Is Crucial

17.10.2022
5 Reasons Healthcare Cybersecurity Is Crucial Healthcare cybersecurity has never been more important. With cybersecurity attacks rising in frequency and severity in recent years, catalyzed by the Covid-19 pandemic and the ongoing war in Ukraine,...
01
Jun

Derive Tech's 3 Most Critical Cybersecurity Services for Enterprise Businesses

01.06.2022
Derive Tech's 3 Most Critical Cybersecurity Services for Enterprise Businesses Now more than ever businesses big and small are racing to fortify their cybersecurity defenses to protect themselves against online threats. Russian cyberattacks have...
01
Jun

Everything You Need to Know About Enterprise Cyberattacks in 2022

01.06.2022
Everything You Need to Know About Enterprise Cyberattacks in 2022 Cybersecurity threats against enterprise businesses, particularly sophisticated and high-value ransomware attacks, are growing more prevalent by the day…and largely originate...
25
Mar

Creating an Unbreakable Cold Chain for Proper Vaccine Storage

25.03.2020
Now more than ever, cold storage is the key to safeguarding vaccine efficacy. Temperature-sensitive medications like the top COVID-19 vaccines require careful tracking since even the smallest deviation above approved storage temperatures can...
04
Mar

How Hospitals are Increasing Asset Availability to Handle High Patient Volume

04.03.2020
Increased patient volume has long been a prevalent issue in healthcare. With every flu season, hospitals nationwide have adapted and converted facilities to accommodate a swell of patients. While COVID-19 hospitalizations have been in a...
17
Feb

Three Technologies Curbing the Prevalence of Healthcare Misidentification

17.02.2020
An estimated 1 in every 2,326 blood specimens is inaccurately labeled, translating into a recurrent error risk once every two weeks for a standard-sized hospital. Specimen and patient misidentification have been age-old issues in...
28
Jan

What are the Components of an Efficient Telehealth System?

28.01.2020
A mere five years ago, telehealth was slowly making its presence known, used by less than 20% of healthcare facilities in the U.S. However, during the coronavirus outbreak, that number skyrocketed by 154% within the first weeks of...
15
Jan

How Enhanced Mobility Overcomes the Challenges in Modern Healthcare

15.01.2020
Before the pandemic, new healthcare technologies such as telehealth and clinal mobile devices were already making an impact worldwide. However, now as we continue to move through unprecedented demands, the push for innovation has been superseded by...