When it comes to healthcare, patients expect that their private information will be protected. HIPAA was created to help standardize the process of safeguarding this information. Here are seven of the most common HIPAA compliance pitfalls, along with tips for overcoming them.
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Federal government agencies issue thousands of rules every year. If your business is required to follow these regulations it can seem overwhelming keeping up with all the requirements. Here are tips on how to stay up-to-date and keep compliant.
Compliance is necessary for a lot of industries. Your employees are a key part of meeting compliance requirements so it’s important they’re kept up-to-date on those requirements and how to best meet them. Here are 5 tips on presenting engaging and enjoyable compliance training for your employees.
Some industries face heavy government regulations. Staying compliant can be a job within itself. Violating these regulations can result in stiff fines, legal action, or damage to your reputation. Here are 3 ways technology can help you stay compliant and also increase efficiency.
Every business needs a backup and disaster recovery plan. But having a recovery plan isn’t enough, you also need to make sure you’re staying compliant during the recovery process. Here are 5 tips to help you stay compliant during disaster recovery.
You won’t know that your system has failed if you don’t test it regularly. Maintaining business continuity after a cyber attack is critical to saving the future of every company. Keep your backup efforts up-to-date against today’s increasingly threatening cyber attacks.
Business disruptions can cost your company a lot of money and ruin the trust that clients have in your services. Some experts estimate that companies lose $5,600 for every minute of downtime. Creating a BDR plan will help you avoid those problems by giving you a chance to recover quickly.
Advances in technology have transformed the modern workplace. People are working faster and more efficiently than ever before. But all of that work and efficiency comes to a crashing halt the moment your system stops working due to downtime.
Too many healthcare organizations think of HIPAA as just another government regulation which limits their revenue and drives up their expenses. Generally, we see this attitude when organizations do not really understand the intent behind the HIPAA regulations.
While the majority of those hit by ransomware attacks are healthcare and government organizations, many others have fallen victim to the data seizure scheme. Ransomware attacks are rising significantly, targeting large international organizations, major corporations and small businesses alike.