Working from home using our personal computers certainly invites security risks and challenges. But given the coronavirus pandemic, this is perhaps the most practical option to keep employees safe and keep business afloat, even as lockdown orders begin to lift.
It can be hard to stay on top of coding updates under normal circumstances, let alone during a pandemic. That's especially true when it comes to Telehealth, telephone visits, and the rapidly expanding coverage of remote care.
As small businesses work to survive the coronavirus pandemic intact, cybercriminals are taking advantage of the situation, sending cybercrime rates to record highs. To keep your business safe, you need to understand the threat it is facing.
Patients have never been more vulnerable. Alongside the obvious health concerns of living through a pandemic, the fear surrounding a global crisis can have catastrophic consequences when it comes to security. Nowhere is that more true than with the growing embrace of remote healthcare. Knowing what to look for in a truly secure Telehealth system can make all the difference when it comes to keeping patients safe.
If you asked business owners about cloud computing a few years ago, some would dismiss it as just another technology fad with no long-term utility for their business—just like how some dismissed the internet, as well as other innovations they thought they couldn’t optimize.