Blockchain technology is an encrypted digital ledger of public records organized into groups of data (blocks) and distributed over networks. This type of technology is best known for being the backbone technology for the digital currency bitcoin and is a way to store personal information in a secure manner and make it available to anyone with permission from those individuals.
According to the 2017-18 EY Global Information Security Survey, 60% of surveyed organizations believe that careless or unaware employees are their top cyber attack risk exposure. Listed below are four cyber security basics you can implement at your organization to improve its cyber security.
Under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), a covered entity that experiences a ransomware attack or other cyber-related security incident must take immediate steps to prevent or mitigate any impermissible release of protected health information (PHI).