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  1. HIPAA Audits Postponed
    10/13/2014

    The Health And Human Services Office For Civil Rights (OCR) announced in September that it has postponed the upcoming round of HIPAA audits because of a need to update its portal.

  2. Losses After Cyberattack Can Devastate Your Clients
    10/10/2014

    USIS’s contracts with the U.S. Office of Personnel Management ended Sept. 30, 2014, and they were not renewed, eliminating more than 2,500 jobs, The Washington Post reports. The company, which had provided the majority of background checks for federal security clearances, was the victim of a cyberattack in August.

  3. To Add To Your List Of Decision Makers: Digital Risk Officer
    10/10/2014

    The Digital Risk Officer (DRO) is emerging as a corporate role. A Gartner survey found that by the 2017, one-third of large enterprises will have someone in this or a comparable role. 

  4. Which IT Customers Want To Apply Lean Principles?
    10/10/2014

    The concept of lean manufacturing, initially developed by Toyota Corporation after World War II, was so successful that by the 1970s it was being applied in manufacturing facilities throughout the world.

  5. Healthcare IT News For VARs — October 10, 2014
    10/10/2014

    In this week’s news, federal guidelines for device cybersecurity have been issued, and U.S. Ebola mishandling is blamed on EHRs.

  6. Survey Looks At Drivers, Deterrents To Cloud App Adoption
    10/10/2014

    survey by Exoprise confirms cloud-based app adoption is growing — but there are still challenges for businesses to overcome.

  7. IG Report Recommends Ways To Boost ECS’s Participation Rate, Efficiency
    10/9/2014

    A report from the Office of Information Technology Audits “Implementation Status of the Enhanced Cybersecurity Services (ECS) Program,” makes three recommendations for improving the ECS program.

  8. Gartner Says Three Of Four Mobile Apps Will Fail Basic Security
    10/9/2014

    Gartner, Inc. says, through 2015, more than three-quarters of mobile applications are not expected to pass basic security tests, leaving them exposed to attacks and violations of enterprise security policies.

  9. CHIME Case Study Details Steps Of Hospital EHR Deployment
    10/9/2014

    The College Of Healthcare Information Management Executives (CHIME) has released a case study focused on Chadron Community Hospital & Health Services.

  10. Agencies Align With FedRAMP-Approved Cloud Services
    10/9/2014

    The Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) sets the standard for how commercial cloud services providers do business with the government.

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