Large And Small Cyberrisk Solutions For Health Care Cos.

By John Gilligan and Kimberly Metzger (September 18, 2017, 10:56 AM EDT) -- The internet of things — a network of physical objects connected to the internet and each other through embedded sensors and wired and wireless technologies— is growing exponentially across all facets of American life.[1] These connections offer many benefits to device users and other data constituents. Smart devices and the networks that incorporate them generate and store vast quantities of information available for immediate analysis. When this information is properly secured, it can be used to make consumers safer, healthier and more comfortable; make workplaces more efficient and productive (and therefore more profitable); and keep decision-makers better informed. Health care exemplifies this potential....

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