Furthermore, by integrating behind-the-scenes tools using data analytics, security experts can understand genuine user behavior on devices. Comprehensive solutions that identify complex patterns and detect anomalies between current and historical device behavior will alert organizations to potential “red flags” to prevent fraudulent access, payments or transfers.
Building an effective MFA solution framework requires a thorough analysis of health system data needs and insights. With an understanding of risk levels for each data transaction, decision makers can balance safety and engagement for physicians and patients alike. A proactive, multi-layered approach to health system cybersecurity addresses vulnerabilities to ensure a safe and compliant delivery of care environment without deterring its patients.
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It’s important to remember that the responsibility of healthcare cybersecurity does not fall solely on the shoulders of the IT department. To maintain the safety and privacy of data, managers need to look beyond the information systems that support operations. An organization that creates a culture of security across all department does so with practicality and vision, aligning it with its mission of providing safe, high-quality care to all patients.
About the author: Erin Benson is the senior director of market planning for LexisNexis Risk Solutions, Health Care.Back to HCB News