Making a Secure Mobile Environment Work for Clinicians

May 31st, 2017 1:00PM EST 

Healthcare organizations continued to incorporate mobile devices into daily operations to connect clinicians with patient health data at a growing number of care sites. The increased number of smart devices accessing health data, applications, and networks presents potential challenges for balancing clinical mobility and health data security.
Health systems, hospitals, and physician practices must ensure that when they create and implement a clinical mobility strategy that complies with federal, state, and local regulation for health data security and privacy, namely HIPAA and HITECH. Whether that clinical mobility strategy is corporate-owned, personally enabled (COPE), bring your own device (BYOD), or a mixture of the two, it must take into account clinician preferences for usability and accessibility 

How can healthcare providers create a secure mobile device strategy that also improves everyday workflow without hindering patient care? What are the latest federal regulations in terms of mobile device security?

This webcast will provide insight on:
  • The state of mobile security in healthcare
  • Best practices for securing mobile devices in healthcare organizations
  • Creating a secure HIPAA- and HITECH-compliant mobile environment
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Mitch Parker
Executive Director of Information Security and Compliance
Indiana University Health

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About the sponsor: Skycure

Skycure offers the most complete, accurate and effective mobile threat defense (MTD) solution, delivering unparalleled depth of threat intelligence to predict, detect and protect against the broadest range of existing and unknown threats. Skycure's predictive technology uses a layered approach that leverages massive crowd-sourced threat intelligence, in addition to both device- and server-based analysis, to proactively protect mobile devices from malware, network threats, and vulnerability exploits while preserving user privacy and experience. Skycure’s mission is to secure both BYO and corporate-owned mobile devices to allow companies to mobilize without compromise. After an extensive industry evaluation, Skycure has been selected by leading analyst firm Frost & Sullivan as the Global Company of the Year for Mobile Enterprise Security.