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After the Dust Has Settled: GDPR in Healthcare

It's been more than a year since the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has taken effect. The European Commission's wide-reaching law was designed to protect the privacy of EU citizens and residents while pushing businesses to handle people's personal information more sparingly and with greater security and sensitivity. 

How Cybersecurity Factors into the Medical Device Procurement Process

In 2018, the global medical device and clinical asset market was worth approximately $8.98 ...

How MDS² Data Can Inform Smarter Medical Device Workflows

In 2008, Nema (the National Electrical Manufacturers Association), together with HIMSS (Health Information and Management Systems Society) and a number of other security experts and government agencies, produced a short document template for manufacturers to use in order to describe the vital security properties ...

The Top 4 Problems Hospitals Face When Addressing Cybersecurity

It's already a well-known fact: cybersecurity constitutes a major challenge for connected healthcare operations, regardless of their unique organizational structures and processes. When

How Hospitals Prioritize Digital Risk Management

In the last several years, data breaches and cyber attacks on healthcare organizations have been in the news with alarming frequency.

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How Hospitals Prioritize Digital Risk Management

In the last several years, data breaches and cyber attacks on healthcare organizations have been in the news with alarming frequency.

HealthOps: The Next Frontier of Healthcare Management

This article is the final installment of a three-part series. We've already examined how those traits and trends converged around the principle of agility. Now, we'll discuss how the push for...

Smarter, Lighter, More Proactive: The Strategy of Business Agility

This article is the second installment of a three-part series. In the previous installment, we examined how technology evolved and how it has culminated in the streamlined, automated, intelligence...

The Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) Punctuates a Century of Progress

"When wireless is perfectly applied, the whole earth will be converted into a huge brain, which in fact it is, all things being particles of a real and rhythmic whole.”

Why It’s Wrong to Sync Medical Device Patching & Scheduled Maintenance

Machines are indispensable, yet imperfect. They work fine one day and break down the next. What’s more, even if the machine remains in essentially the same working order, you’ll still need to...

How Medical Device Cybersecurity Complements Physical Access Control

It’s only reasonable that access to sensitive medical devices should be restricted to those who require it. Physical access guidelines are designed to ensure that only professionals with the...

Why Cybersecurity is Important for Biomedical Engineers

Biomedical engineers are the unseen force behind some of modern medicine's greatest achievements. Biomedical engineers are at the forefront of exciting research and they are staples of day-to-day...

How to Track and Act On Clinical Asset Utilization Insights

HDOs occupy a unique position: on the one hand, their focus is on patient care, and their success is measured by health outcomes. On the other hand, they are businesses, with investors,...

New Anesthesia Machine Vulnerability Disclosure Tells a Bigger Story

For the first time, on July 9, 2019, ICS-CERT disclosed a vulnerability specifically impacting anesthesia machines. If exploited, the vulnerability would allow an attacker to silence alarms, alter...

Why CVE-2019-5599, AKA SACK Panic, Is Causing Headaches

On June 18, 2019, Netflix researchers, together with MITRE, issued an advisory containing four vulnerabilities relating to how Linux handles TCP Selective-Acknowledgement (SACK) at the kernel...

Cyber-Enabled Hospital Merger and Acquisition Management

The healthcare industry in the US has been facing widespread disruption for some years. The Affordable Care Act in 2010 demanded that the industry carry out wholesale changes to its processes and...

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