Data and Network Security: What You Need to Know

data and network securityPYA Principal Barry Mathis served on a panel discussion at the American Medical Informatics Association iHealth 2017 Clinical Informatics Conference.

The panel explored the state of cybersecurity in healthcare organizations and related legal considerations, including the HIPAA privacy and security rules.  It considered institutional preparedness, provided examples, and offered preventive measures.  The panel also discussed ransomware attacks, including tactics for negotiating with hackers, and provided best practices for organizations to avoid such attacks.

If you would like more information about data and network security, or would like to request a speaker on this topic for your organization or event, contact one of our executives below at PYA, (800) 270-9629.


Barry Mathis

Barry Mathis

Principal

Shannon Sumner

Shannon Sumner

Principal

Related Posts
Thousands of computers across the globe were “held hostage” during the recent WannaCry ransomware attacks that encrypted files on Microsoft Windows operating systems that had not been either patched or...
Read More
cybersecurity

‘WannaCry’— Actions Your Healthcare IT Professional Wants You to Take Now

Last September, the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) Assurance Services Executive Committee announced that it would propose two separate frameworks to synthesize cybersecurity and the established concept of...
Read More
cybersecurity

Safeguarding Clients’ Valuable Data: AICPA to Release Cybersecurity Framework Guidance

Share This Insight

If you received value from this article, please share it with your network (e.g., Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn). Icons below for your convenience.

Stay Current

See more newsletter and alert options.

PYA Population Health Ascend

PYA Healthcare Blog

PYA Thought Leadership Services

The Healthcare Loop