Articles by tag: hacking
How do CDI’s Use Iodine Software’s Concurrent Application to Streamline Review Processes?
In an era of digital transformation, healthcare seeks the solutions that streamline processes, provide ROI, and create efficiencies that make a difference. AI solutions are helping physicians and care professionals make better decisions. In Clinical Documentation Integrity (CDI), a critical aspect of healthcare delivery, Iodine Software’s Concurrent Application is essential to streamlining CDI review […]
The Tools and Technology You Need to Kickstart Your Business
Running a successful company today isn’t necessarily easier than it was a century ago. At the end of the day, challenges like competition, financing, innovation, and customer support always remain relatively difficult. However, I believe we can safely say that launching a business today is more manageable than ever before. If you have a […]
Why Apple’s New Headset Might be the Final Nail in the Consumer VR Coffin
Apple is on the cusp of launching its first mixed-reality headset, and this could mean a big shake-up for the VR market. It’s a bit like a storm brewing on the horizon – the VR market, already in a state of flux, might just get that final gust of wind that tips it over the edge. Consumer […]
Can Healthcare Withstand Hacking?
Over the past year, cybersecurity attacks have occurred at an alarming rate. Due to a combination of employees working from home and the general chaos of the pandemic, hackers took advantage, and there were some high-profile attacks, such as the Colonial pipeline. But why is the healthcare industry particularly vulnerable? Here to give […]
Ransomware…What in the World Is Going On?
In a landscape that’s seen an uptick in cybersecurity concerns thanks to a boost in remote work, hurried adoption of technology solutions and more, there’s one cyberattack du jour – ransomware. To explore this specific kind of threat and its impact on government Weaver: Beyond the Numbers, The Business of Government host Adam Jones was […]
Supply Chain Hacking Breaks Cyber Trust
Bringing together leaders, lawmakers and lawbreakers. Host Luke Fox explores how innovations in business and technology are redefining our trust in security measures. The principle of trust isn’t unique to human relationships. It’s also a significant part of technology infrastructures. This cyber trust is what lets software updates and patches from the development company […]
Why Higher Ed Needs Better Protection from Modern Ransomware Attacks
Higher education institutions suffering from ransomware attacks is nothing new. However, as institutions shift to distance learning, the attack surface is much greater, giving malicious actors greater opportunity. Institutions have a plethora of data – student assignments, academic research, administration and admission files, and alumni relations materials. The amount of data institutions have is incredible […]
Cybercrime is on the Rise During Remote Learning
Fifty-two percent of K-12 educators in the U.S. say their school has not warned them about the dangers of ransomware as they scale remote learning this year, according to the Education Cybersecurity Threat Index released by Morphisec, In addition, more than one-in-five (21%) educators within colleges and universities say their institution has already been the […]
Why Visibility Will Help Prevent Rising Security Breaches
It’s not just your imagination. Data breaches are occurring more often than they used to, said network security expert Josh Walker. In this episode of the Software and Technology Podcast, host Tyler Kern sat down with Josh Walker, a web engineer turned digital marketing manager for APCON, to discuss why high-performance network visibility is […]