Tag Archives: security

Mastering Medical Device Security 

For a number of reasons, most CISOs agree that biomedical devices represent one of the most vulnerable points in their security landscape. Some of those reasons include the fact that manufacturers may not always embed the best security controls, patching of older devices may void warranties, and even getting a solid inventory of what’s on… Read More »

“A Steep Curve”: How IT Security Leaders Are Managing New Challenges

Christopher Frenz, AVP of Information Security, Interfaith Medical Center During the past few months, much has been said about the significant effort required to implement and support virtual care and remote work. But for IT security leaders, that big lift comes with a big risk. As clinical and non-clinical functions are increasingly performed outside of… Read More »

EDB Postgres Advanced Server Security Technical Implementation Guide for Windows Now Available to U.S. Government Agencies

EDB STIG is the only guide for fast, secure implementation of PostgreSQL on Windows BEDFORD, Mass., August 27, 2020 – EDB, a leading contributor to PostgreSQL, today announced that the Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) has approved the Security Technical Implementation Guide (STIG) for EDB Postgres™ Advanced Server (EPAS) on Microsoft Windows. The only STIG… Read More »

Could HHS information blocking rule have unintended consequences on data sharing and security?

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has proposed new rules that will have a profound effect on how healthcare providers share patient data. The Office for the National Coordinator of Health IT and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services are each reviewing industry comments on their proposed rules. HHS clearly intends to… Read More »