Security - November 2019

Healthcare data security at crisis levels

Cyber criminals have used x-ray machines to launch malware attacks


VA reorganizes police force after critical reports

One report also found the VA failed to develop adequate threat assessments and written policies


Escalating workplace violence hits hospitals hard

Many healthcare facilities are increasing security measures to deal with the issue


K9 units becoming more common in healthcare facilities

Combating violence is just one role for the trained dogs


VA Medical Center increases security, but won't add metal detectors, after shooting

The changes were implemented within six months of an incident where a veteran and double amputee opened fire inside the West Palm Beach VA Center


Steps for updating the access control system

Build your team, evaluate possible integration with current systems and select the right product for your building


Balancing security and access in healthcare facilities

Certain challenges are unique to healthcare facilities


Keeping medical devices, services and data safe from cyberattacks

The cost of inaction, starting with something as obvious as email security, can be steep for healthcare organizations


Nurses want more security at Maine hospital after assaults

The nurses allege there has been no security presence at the hospital to assist nurses


Three trending security technologies

Drones, robots and advanced access control changing facilities management



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