Dr. John Halamka, CIO of CareGroup Health System, shares his privacy and security lessons learned.  Dr. Halamka serves as Vice-Chairman of the federal Health Information Technology Standards Committee.

The workgroup's recommendations include:

All data at rest on mobile devices must be encrypted. Encrypting all databases and storage systems within an organization's data center would create a burden. But ensuring that devices such as laptops and USB drives, which can be stolen, encrypt patient-identified data makes sense and is part of new regulations such as Massachusetts' data protection law.

See the full article for Dr. Halamka's top five security lessons.

Written by Kanguru Solutions — October 31, 2012

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