- 1. Incomplete inventories of systems and data locations; exceptions and non-standard situations along with outdated devices.
- 2. Staff shortage – lack of security awareness training for staff. Relying on vendors for security measures and believing the organization is off the hook if the vendor has some security measures.
- 3. The “Internet of Things” has exploded with bio-medical devices. Are these secure for the organization?
- 4. Audit controls for user activity, third party activity within the organization.
- 1. Vulnerability to account take-overs such as Office 365, business email compromise.
- 2. Data exposure due to insufficient security measures; single sign-on risk.
- 3. Hacking, Ransomware attacks that interfere with operations and heighten the threat of data exposure.
- 1. Annual HIPAA Security Risk Analysis
- 2. Penetration Testing / Vulnerability Scans
- 3. Disaster Recovery / Business Continuity Plan current and updated regularly
- 4. Cybersecurity tabletop exercises to support the DR /BCP Plan 5. NIST Cybersecurity Framework 6. HHS 405(d) Aligning Healthcare Security Approaches
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