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Coke’s Internal Data Breach – Lessons Learned

Coke’s Internal Data Breach – Lessons Learned

Last Friday, Coke announced that sensitive information belonging to roughly 70,000 current and former North American employees was compromised because the data hadn’t been encrypted on company laptops (despite their company encryption policy.)1 The data breach occurred after a former worker stole several company laptops that locally stored employee information, such as social security and

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BYOD And The Issues Surrounding Cloud Storage

BYOD And The Issues Surrounding Cloud Storage

BYOD And The Issues Surrounding Cloud Storage As BYOD increases and employees increasingly use personal laptops, smartphones and mobile devices for work purposes, concerns over data security and data privacy remain the most significant barriers to cloud adoption, according to the latest research from the Cloud Industry Forum (CIF). Corporate IT managers and CIOs are

Four Free Information Assets For The Healthcare CIO

Four Free Information Assets For The Healthcare CIO

Four Free Information Assets for the Healthcare CIO “He who has health, has hope. And he who has hope, has everything.” – Ancient proverb. Even in difficult times, one industry continues to prosper – healthcare. With an ageing population which has high spending power, the growth in healthcare is not unexpected. And like many other

Cloud Infographic: Cloud Computing Compliance

Cloud Infographic: Cloud Computing Compliance

Cloud Infographic: Cloud Computing Compliance More and more cloud services launched by the IT industry to support HIPAA compliance are now available. For example, Verizon Enterprise Solutions has launched a new cloud service that enable health care providers to comply with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act.  NaviSite/TimeWarner along with other Enterprise Cloud hosting

“The Dr.’s Tablet Will See You Now”

“The Dr.’s Tablet Will See You Now” Health care is as much about Information Management as it is about patient diagnostics. Whenever a patient interacts with a health care professional, there is a record made of the encounter. This benefits the patient, because his course of treatment is tracked and monitored, helping to ensure that