As a HIPAA-compliant business, secure backups are essential. Learn the benefits of cloud data backup for your dental practice.
Make sure your data backup plan is ready for all kinds of threats: Employee error, cyber criminals, and even mother nature’s tantrums.
As a business housing swaths of information, your greatest asset may also be a hacker’s biggest target. The best protection against the rising tide of ransomware begins here.
Learn about the new trend in cybercrime called RansomOps. What does it entail and how can you protect your business?
Find out how vulnerable medical devices are to hackers and what you can do to protect yourself.
Understand the main types of cyberattacks, the ﬁve most common vulnerabilities, and how taking a managed service approach for Dental IT can shore up your security and protect your patients and practice.
From information breaches to the mismanagement of protected health data, these are the 10 biggest HIPAA violations in 2021.
A HIPAA Security Rule checklist is an invaluable document you can refer to periodically to make sure you remain compliant with the HIPAA Security Rule.
The best way to protect against the hassle and cost of data breaches is prevention, but the first step is understanding them. This guide outlines the types of data breaches your practice could encounter and the simple steps to prevent data breach incidents from occurring in the first place.
A disaster recovery plan is essential for all HIPAA compliant businesses. Moreover, it is crucial this plan is regularly updated to ensure PHI data is safe no matter what.