We conducted a survey in June of 2020 taken from 5,000 U.S. adults (ages 18+) on patient privacy and security concerns surrounding telehealth care. The below infographic depicts the results of the survey, links to a press release on the findings, and links to additional telehealth pointers for both patients and providers.
Our third annual report, Moving Forward: Setting the Direction, our analysts combed through data of the nea...
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Caleb Barlow discusses the recent ransomware attack on Equinix infrastructure disclosed earlier this month. Equinix stated it has been fully contained, with no customers affected and no data loss.
Our third annual report, Moving Forward: Setting the Direction, our analysts combed through data of the nearly 300 assessments performed to show the state of healthcare security in 2020.
This infographic describes important telehealth safety tips providers need to consider before offering telehealth services.
Our infographic describes important Telehealth safety questions patients need to ask their provider before a telehealth appointment.
David Finn contributes to this article where he discusses benevolent bots and building security and privacy into the design process for software vendors.
Marti Arvin discusses California’s newly enforced controversial digital privacy law – despite a call for a delay due to the pandemic and a lack of readiness by many companies.
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David Finn discusses the recent exposure of recorded patient consultations by Babylon Health.
What will happen after July 25th? The Federal government's recent policy changes for facilitating patient care during COVID-19 may have an impact on telehealth restrictions in the future.
In the latest article by Healthcareinfosecurity.com David Holtzman discusses the major health data breaches that have been added to the federal tally in recent weeks.
In the latest article by Healthcareinfosecurity.com David Holtzman discusses the class action lawsuit filed against accounting firm BST & Co. CPAs LLC that allegedly exposed patient information.
Marti Arvin joins The Compliance and Ethics Blog podcast with guests as they discuss questions around the coronavirus pandemic about what is and isn’t permissible.
Cyberwire’s latest podcast features Caleb Barlow as he discusses Alan Brunacini’s concept of an Incident Action Plan.
With the start of enforcement of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) arriving in a few days, the journey to adoption of the implementing regulations are moving at a snail’s pace.
The OCR recently issued guidance reminding health care providers that the COVID-19 emergency has not changed the federal health privacy protections.
In the latest move to relax certain HIPAA requirements during the COVID-19 crisis, federal regulators Thursday paved the way for business associates to share protected health information for public he
David Holtzman discusses tips on how to keep secure remote worksites, telehealth video, and messaging during the COVID-19 Outbreak.
Mobile, walk-up and drive-through COVID-19 testing sites operated by hospitals, healthcare providers, and pharmacy chains are the latest beneficiaries of a series of targeted measures to relax...
Things are changing rapidly in the current regulatory environment and that is true for telehealth as well. On March 13, 2020 the President declared the coronavirus pandemic a national emergency....