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eHealth – FTC Study Weighs in on Privacy and Security Concerns with its ‘Internet of Things’ Report

One of the more exciting and innovating changes to health care lies in the development of devices that expand the ability of patients to better manage their health and communicate with care providers who can monitor and potentially diagnose and treat patients remotely with the aide of special devices. Those devices which allow automated communications between machines are considered part of the Internet of Things (IoT), which was the subject of a report just released by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).

Behind the Scenes of the Webinar: The Importance of Protecting Your Health Care Organization Against a Cybercrime Attack

On October 23, 2014, we sponsored a webinar about the escalating cybercrime threat to the health care industry, with analysis of some of the legal issues and suggestions on how to prepare for such an attack. I was situated in the webinar Mission Control Room: One of the Arent Fox conference rooms on the 48th floor of the Gas Company Tower in downtown Los Angeles. Co-presenter Jade M. Kelly was in our San Francisco office in front of her computer.

Webinar on the Importance of Protecting Your Health Care Organization Against a Cybercrime Attack!

Health care organizations are increasingly under attack from cybercriminals seeking to gain access to confidential data and to Internet connected medical devices. Health care cybercrime is a reality. Are you prepared?