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November 9, 2022 | by James Truslow
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The Importance of Role-Based Messaging in Healthcare

Do you remember the classic board game where you have to go back and forth with your opponent deducing which characters on the board you’ve each selected? It’s still played by children today, and unfortunately by healthcare teams as well. Every day, healthcare teams are forced to play a game of “Guess Who?” is on-call … Continued

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September 30, 2022 | by James Truslow
Cyber Posture in Health Care

Putting HC3’s Cyber Posture Recommendations into Practice

The Rising Threat of Cybercrime in Healthcare Of growing concern to both patients and the professionals who facilitate their care is the growing trend of healthcare organizations being preyed upon by cybercriminals. In the United States, recent political dialogue has brought special attention to patients’ privacy rights under HIPAA and the ongoing security of their … Continued

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July 13, 2022 | by James Truslow

How MSPs Can Provide Irreplaceable Value in Uncertain Times

If you have been following the financial news lately, you have surely become all too familiar with the challenging economic conditions that have emerged in 2022. Though the primary concern in the media is how a recession will affect consumers, the impact on businesses must also be considered. As rising inflationary concerns put pressure on … Continued

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July 13, 2022 | by James Truslow
Marriott Data Breach

What IT Pros Can Learn from the Marriott Data Breach

Despite the best efforts of individuals to protect their own data, they cannot always account for the cybersecurity shortcomings of larger organizations such as their employers, financial institutions, and healthcare providers entrusted with their personal information. Recently, it was made painfully apparent that hotels should also be added to this list of vulnerable entities based … Continued

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June 10, 2022 | by James Truslow

Crossing “The Last Mile” with an Incident Response System

IT Teams Are Losing in the “The Last Mile” For IT organizations, the last mile is the all-important final communication relaying automated notifications of system failure to the human team members who can solve them. Despite advances in monitoring technology, your IT team could still be losing in the last mile without an incident response … Continued

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