Tag Archives: Security

Imaging devices, soft security practices are a ‘weak link’ in protecting data

Security concerns for imaging professionals are on the rise, as hackers view digital radiological devices—increasingly connected to IT systems—as a weak link that can be broken to access medical information. Healthcare organizations aren’t spending enough on hacking defenses anyway, and imaging systems represent a potential playground for hackers who want to crack defense perimeters of… Read More »

Secure vendor access tech tightens up security, saves $1M at UMass

UMass Memorial Health Care is a $ 2.5 billion non-profit health system based in Worcester, Massachusetts. The flagship of its multi-campus system is 779-bed UMass Memorial Medical Center. The health system also comprises two community hospitals (163-bed UMass Memorial HealthAlliance/Clinton Hospital and 79-bed UMass Memorial-Marlborough Hospital), a large physician multi-specialty group practice and numerous other… Read More »

How to improve defenses against health data security threats

Healthcare institutions are trusted with our most valuable information. Within their networks they store highly sensitive data such as medical records, treatment plans, financial records, contact information and more. This data is essential for healthcare providers to effectively communicate with patients and provide the best care possible. However, having this information is also what makes… Read More »

Crane Safety Training – Because Security Comes First Posted By : Donny Gamble Jr

Mobile as well as a fixed crane operation is usually considered to be a daunting task. Recent reports, from labor departments around the country, have further verified that maneuvering cranes can lead to serious injuries, and even death, if not undertaken by the experienced hands of a trained operator. The slightest negligence of such crane… Read More »