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Be An IT Hero - 10 Reasons to Move to the Cloud

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10 Reasons to Move to the Cloud. Are you a healthcare organization still on the fence about cloud computing? Be an IT hero, here are some scenarios and solutions to help you convince your C-suite management about healthcare cloud.

10 Reasons to Move to the Cloud. Are you a healthcare organization still on the fence about cloud computing? Be an IT hero, here are some scenarios and solutions to help you convince your C-suite management about healthcare cloud.

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  1. 1. 10To Consider A Move To Microsoft Cloud Now Reasons Be An IT Hero
  2. 2. Geo Redundancy, and Financially Backed 99.9% Uptime Guarantee Sorry to wake you but, I just got a call from the Fire Department and…
  3. 3. Only 6 percent of companies survive longer than two years after a major data loss.* * Gartner 6%
  4. 4. Legal Hold and eDiscovery for email, IM and files …and we need to provide them with a copy of every email, file and instant message that Sam sent to XYZ Corp. by end of day tomorrow...
  5. 5. 5 50% Of organizations still track legal holds manually.* *Steinberg Group
  6. 6. At Rest and In Transit Encryption Inside and Outside Your Organization …I am sending them the financials, however, I don’t want them to forward, print, or copy it. Oh yeah, and we also need their access to the file to expire on the 1st of next month.
  7. 7. 7 64% Of organizations don’t have an enterprise wide encryption strategy.* *Thales and Ponemon Institute
  8. 8. Signed Business Associate Agreement From Microsoft and US Medical IT “The Auditors are asking for a copy of the BAAs we have from all of our IT vendors...”
  9. 9. 9 58% Of breached records are traced back to business associates.* *Health Information Trust Alliance
  10. 10. Affordable Telemedicine to Provide Better Care to Your Underserved Populations “We need to send one of the doctors all the way out to that remote location every other Thursday to see just 2 patients...”
  11. 11. 11 84% Of C-level healthcare executives believe telemedicine is important to their organizations.* *Foley and Lardner LLP
  12. 12. Data Visualization to Identify Emerging Risk and Opportunity Trends “… we need to generate a dynamic map that shows all of our patients and referring physicians across the state and then securely share that with our new partners.”
  13. 13. 13 Of healthcare decision makers perceive big data as impactful on future business.* * Society of Actuaries 87%
  14. 14. Multifactor Authentication Enforced Across Multiple Devices “Yes, I am not kidding, the password was on a pink sticky note under her keyboard…”
  15. 15. 15 63% Of users admit to forgetting a password, or had a password compromised, in their professional life.* *Microfocus
  16. 16. Data Loss Prevention to Detect Potential Data Breaches “Thanks so much for Lunch Joan…Here is the list of patients with that medical condition we talked about.”
  17. 17. 171717 43% Of C-level executives say negligent insiders are the greatest threat to sensitive data.* *IBM
  18. 18. Device Encryption and Remote Wipe Installed on All Devices “… the taxi company told me that the driver couldn’t find the iPad. What do we do now?”
  19. 19. 19 68% Of HIPAA breaches in 2014 were due to the loss or theft of mobile devices or files.* *Bitglass
  20. 20. Secure Partner Portal with Data Encryption and Advanced Security Features “…and of course we need to securely send them a 250MB file each week.”
  21. 21. 21 1/3 1 out of 3 organizations do not know if 3rd party data access policies are in place.* *Microfocus
  22. 22. Thoughtful integration of healthcare and technology IS IT TIME TO Want to know more about healthcare cloud? Schedule a meeting with our health IT experts MOVE? Office 365 Azure Intune Power BI

Hinweis der Redaktion

  • Gartner: only 6 percent of companies survive longer than two years after losing data
    http://www.homelandsecuritynewswire.com/gartner-only-6-percent-companies-survive-longer-two-years-after-losing-data

    Gartner Group says that 43 percent of companies were immediately put out of business by a “major loss” of computer records, and another 51 percent permanently closed their doors within two years — leaving a mere six percent “survival” rate; Zenith Infotech says it can help
  • Steinberg Group: Legal Hold Tracking Is Still in “Adolescent” Phase
    http://www.arma.org/r1/news/newswire/2013/10/22/legal-hold-tracking-is-still-in-adolescent-phase

    Most organizations are lagging in automating the tracking of legal holds. According to the “Legal Holds and Data Preservation Survey 2013,” 50% of organizations still track legal holds manually, while only one-third have implemented software for tracking. The study conducted by Steinberg Group LLC surveyed 525 legal professionals responsible for overseeing the legal holds process, making it the largest study of its kind focused specifically on how organizations are handling legal data preservation.
  • Thales and Ponemon Institute: 2015 Global Encryption and Key Management Trends Study
    https://www.thales-esecurity.com/company/press/news/2015/april/2015-global-encryption-and-key-management-trends-study-release

    More than 4,700 business and IT managers were surveyed in the US, UK, Germany, France, Australia, Japan, Brazil, Russia and for the first time India and Mexico, examining global encryption trends and regional differences in encryption usage. The report is now in its tenth year since its launch in 2005.
    News facts:
    Use of encryption continues to rise with 34% of respondents reporting that their organization uses encryption extensively
    Deployment of encryption is steadily shifting from a tactical to a strategic activity with 36% of organizations having an enterprise wide encryption strategy
    The top three reasons for deploying encryption are compliance with data protection mandates, to address specific security threats and to reduce the scope of compliance audits
  • Health Information Trust Alliance: A Look Back: U.S. Healthcare Data Breach Trends
    https://hitrustalliance.net/content/uploads/2014/05/HITRUST-Report-U.S.-Healthcare-Data-Breach-Trends.pdf

    58% of breached records implicating business associates
  • Foley and Lardner LLP: 2014 Telemedicine Survey Executive Summary
    http://www.beckershospitalreview.com/healthcare-information-technology/10-statistics-on-the-current-use-of-telemedicine-in-hospitals-health-systems.html

    The report is based on survey responses from 57 healthcare leaders, most of whom are C-level executives from for-profit and nonprofit hospitals, home health organizations and physician group practices. The survey was conducted between September and October of this year. Findings from the survey are shown below.
    Eighty-four percent of respondents believe the development of telemedicine services is either very important or important to their organizations. Only 3 percent said the technology is unimportant.
    While only 6 percent of respondents described their telemedicine programs as "mature," just 8 percent said they had none at all.
    Thirty-four percent said their telemedicine programs are under construction or in development, 18 percent said their programs are in the optimization phase and the remaining 36 percent are piloting or implementing their programs.
  • Society of Actuaries: HEALTHCARE DECISION MAKERS’ PERSPECTIVES ON BIG DATA
    http://assets.fiercemarkets.com/public/newsletter/fiercehealthit/soaresearch-healthcare-big-data.pdf

    87% Perceive big data as Impactful on future business
    84% Have had Difficulty finding staff skilled in Optimizing big data
    45% Plan to hire more skilled staff within the next year
  • Microfocus: 2015 Cyberthreat Defense Report
    https://www.netiq.com/communities/cool-solutions/netiq-views/84-fascinating-it-security-statistics/

    • 92% of IS professionals believe that social network use increases likelihood of a successful APT attack.6 • 88% on IS professionals think that BYOD combined with rooting or jailbreaking makes a successful APT attack more likely.6 • More than 1 in 4 IS professionals believe the highest risk from APTs is loss of personal information of employee or customer.6 • 63% of users admit to forgetting a password, or had a password compromised, in their professional life.7
  • IBM: Quantifying the data breach epidemic
    http://www-935.ibm.com/services/uk/en/it-services/data-breach/data-breach-statistics.html

    43 percent of C-level executives say negligent insiders are the greatest threat to sensitive data.
  • Bitglass: Majority of healthcare data breaches due to theft

    http://www.nuemd.com/news/2014/11/13/study-majority-healthcare-data-breaches-due-theft

    Research from Bitglass, a information security provider, showed that the majority of PHI data breaches are not caused by outsiders hacking electronic health records. The company analyzed data from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' "Wall of Shame," which displays reports on data breaches and HIPAA violations over the past three years.
    The study showed that 68 percent of security breaches were due to the loss or theft of mobile devices or files. Further, 48 percent of data lost was on a laptop, desktop computer or mobile device. Only 23 percent of the breaches on the HHS "Wall of Shame" were a result of hacking. These statistics show that practices need to make the security of PHI on mobile devices a greater priority to avoid data breaches and HIPAA violations. 
  • Microfocus: 2015 Cyberthreat Defense Report
    https://www.netiq.com/communities/cool-solutions/netiq-views/84-fascinating-it-security-statistics/

    • 49% of companies do not perform periodic “fire drills” to test IT Security event response plans.8 • 54% of US healthcare provider IT & IS professionals have tested their data breach response plan.5 • 1 in 3 organizations do not or do not know if third-party data access contracts / policies are in place.8 • 77% of IS professionals have not updated agreements with third parties for protection against APTs.6 • Less than 40% of organizations conduct full-network active vulnerability scans more than once per quarter.1 • Only 20% of IT security professionals are confident their organizations have made adequate investments in educating users on how to avoid phishing attacks.1

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