Security

How to Become HIPAA Compliant in Philadelphia Healthcare organizations in Philadelphia have had to follow HIPAA regulations for almost three decades. The purpose of the original legislation was to ensure patient health record safety by putting into place clear standards that organizations could follow. It's important...

How to Respond to a Healthcare Data Breach in Philadelphia In the peak of the digital age, cyberattacks are becoming more and more common, and healthcare facilities are unfortunately at the top of hackers’ list of targets. With a slew of sensitive information that’s worth a...

Phishing is a fraudulent attempt at obtaining one’s sensitive information. This often includes usernames, emails, phone numbers, passwords and other similar details. It’s often done by pretending to be a trustworthy or legitimate entity in order to fool unaware users....

The typical office employee sees more than 120 emails pass through their inbox every day. They have many duties to attend to, from creating documentation to managing projects. Workers are pressed for time and may not look too closely at emails before they send responses....

With the reality companies face your business needs a comprehensive set of security controls in place to thwart these attacks and stop attacks from getting in the way of productivity or creating massive financial losses. Learn more by reading our guide for corporate executives. ...

Just because the data you save isn't important on one website, doesn't mean that the password you use for that site isn't. 87% of users reuse passwords, some frequently. If your email password is the same as your MyFitnessPal password or your banking...

Passwords are the technological locks to sensitive patient information like full names, dates of birth, current addresses, phone numbers and medical records. Passwords should always be HIPAA compliant. You may think you know what makes for a secure password, but the truth could surprise you....