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Guide to Securing Patient Data

To help you navigate patient data security, our guide will:

  • Summarize relevant health IT security legislation, including federal and state
  • Provide information security guidelines on remote access risks and solutions
  • Provide extensive security resources and a real hospital case study
  • Explain how to protect against modern attacks and meet regulatory compliance with two-factor authentication

Download this guide to learn more about how to prevent a potential attack on patient data.

Healthcare-targeted criminal attacks have increased 100 percent since 2010, according to the Ponemon Institute. Likewise, data breach costs have risen 15 percent to an average $3.5 million, resulting in national healthcare fraud costs exceeding $3 trillion in 2014, according to the FBI.

The need for a new approach to securing patient data is greater than ever.

But confusing healthcare legislation can complicate matters - with mandated security requirements for e-prescriptions, HIPAA, electronic health record systems (EHRs) and more.

Ideal for CISOs, security, compliance and risk management officers, IT administrators and other professionals concerned with information security, this guide is for IT decision-makers that need to implement strong authentication security, as well as those evaluating two-factor authentication solutions for organizations in the healthcare industry.

Download our free guide today for a comprehensive overview on how to safeguard patient data.