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Healthcare Online User Group

Public Group | Founded: 09 Aug 2011 | Serving 1121 members

This group will help Symantec Healthcare Users stay informed of local events, webinars, and be a part of Symantec's Healthcare Community.

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New blog entry 08 Jun 2016
The healthcare industry is going digital with massive amounts of patient data stored and shared among organizations. But the bad news is that attackers now target this sensitive and often personal information. According to the Symantec 2016 Internet ...
New blog entry 25 May 2016
{Editor's note: This previously published post has been updated} UPDATE: Watch the 2016 Healthcare Internet Security Threat Report Highlights recorded webcast! The healthcare industry topped the tables for data breaches in 2015, according to ...
New blog entry 15 Mar 2015
There’s a growing concern in the medical device industry: cybersecurity. The FDA has now issued new recommendations for regulation. Security researchers have published serious vulnerabilities, and patient safety is at stake. Bad publicity and ...
New blog entry 13 Aug 2014
What’s an efficient, cost-effective strategy for 24×7 IT security monitoring? A leading New Jersey-based hospital conducted a rigorous six-month analysis of options. See why they concluded that Symantec Managed Security Services was “hands-down” better ...
New blog entry 06 Jun 2014
Increasingly, medical devices are being networked to improve efficiency, enhance clinical value, and support patient safety initiatives. Yet, this increasing integration results in higher exposure to cyber threats like hacker attacks and malware, and ...
New blog entry 13 Feb 2014
What will it take to make IT Risk Management a team sport in healthcare?  Unfortunately, it usually takes a disaster of one kind or another.  A really bad go-live.  A breach on a server that the IT department didn’t know existed.  ...