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We’re Worried About Healthcare Cybersecurity. You Should Be, Too.

By Erik Briceno

We’re Worried About Healthcare Cybersecurity. You Should Be, Too.

Technology has come a long way. Mostly, it’s improved our lives tremendously. With each new innovation, however, comes danger. And if anything, 2020 has already made this increasingly apparent even though we’re only in February (at the time of posting this article).

Today, we’re going to discuss something very important that affects all of us. There’s an industry that is becoming increasingly vulnerable to the point where it’s actually putting lives in danger. While this may sound alarmist, the problem — and the stakes — are all too real.

To put it bluntly, our healthcare system’s cybersecurity is currently a disaster — and not one that’s “waiting” to happen, either.   Read more

Password Security in 2020 - Part 2

By Erik Briceno

Password Security in 2020 – Part 2

In our last blog, we covered some generalized password advice that everyone should know. Unfortunately, there is no such thing as a password that can’t be hacked. Phishing scams and malware infections are ongoing problems, and now that we’re in 2020, these serious cyberthreats are on the rise and quickly making traditional password security depreciated.

But the good news is, current efforts to phase out passwords are also giving rise to additional security methods that can (and should) be used in conjunction with standard account protection practices. In today’s article, we’re outlining some very necessary steps to take in addition to simply coming up with a strong password.   Read more

Password Security in 2020 - Part 1

By Erik Briceno

Password Security in 2020 – Part 1

Major players like Microsoft are trying to phase out the use of passwords completely in favor of stronger and more user-convenient security measures. While it’s true that passwords are disappearing, it will still be quite a while before they’re gone completely. Many platforms are certain to use them for years to come. So, until that happens, strong password habits will continue to be your first line of defense against falling prey to brute force hacking, phishing, data breaches and more. In part one of our segment on password health, we’ll share the best password practices for 2020.   Read more

We’re Worried About Healthcare Cybersecurity. You Should Be, Too.
We’re Worried About Healthcare Cybersecurity. You Should Be, Too.
Password Security in 2020 - Part 2
Password Security in 2020 – Part 2
Password Security in 2020 - Part 1
Password Security in 2020 – Part 1