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MercyAscot selects Umbrellar and InterSystems for DX
The private healthcare provider chose Kiwi company Umbrellar to guide them through their digital transformation journey on an InterSystems platform.
How to effectively address security challenges in a digital healthcare world
It’s important for healthcare firms to maintain organisation-wide security that is both up-to-date and automated, says Wavelink.
Clear security guidelines needed to protect Australia’s digital health records
The shift to the use of digital medical records poses challenges from an IT security perspective.
Nurturing digital healthcare innovation in Asia
For consumers, digital healthcare is about more choice, better services and more active participation in their health and healthcare.
Comprehensive Infrastructure monitoring long overdue in healthcare digitalisation
To ensure the availability of these systems, comprehensive monitoring of both IT and medical devices is required.
Orangeworm threat group targeting Asia & EU healthcare sector firms
The attacks deliver the Trojan.Kampirs malware and appear to be carefully targeted, with significant planning behind the scenes.
Aus IoT startup driving efficiency in hospitals with Bluetooth asset tracking
Leash It plans to make the LeashView system available in New Zealand in June.
Interview: Diving Into the malware abyss with LogRhythm's Erika Noerenberg
SecurityBrief talked with LogRhythm senior malware analyst Erika Noerenberg about vulnerability exploitation, malware, and the Internet of Things.
Unisys extends cyber protection to IoT and connected devices
Unisys has moved to include Internet of Things (IoT) devices and other internet connected equipment in the new version of its Unisys Stealth.
One year on, the WannaCry scare hasn't made healthcare security any better
Connected hospitals can be exploited – and researchers believe that the WannaCry scare has only made matters worse.
Why IT teams need to take control of healthcare's physical security tech
An ill patient collapses in a hallway but there’s nobody there to help. Could CCTV have alerted somebody to what happened?
What if IT downtime could impact lives?
Ensuring that each and every one of these devices is running 24/7 is crucial to preventing delays in patient treatment.
US healthcare workers willing to sell confidential data for as little as $500
The survey found that 18% of the 912 respondents would be willing to sell confidential data for between $500-$1000 - and they have the means to do so.
BlackBerry & Melanoma Institute Australia conduct trial to secure medical research
The trial will introduce BlackBerry Workspaces as a secure file storage and collaboration platform for Melanoma Institute Australia
Orion Health releases cloud-based Rhapsody Integration Engine with AWS
“As demands on healthcare IT systems increase, improving financial performance remains a priority for most public and private health organisations."
Dimension Data to upgrade desktop platform for Sysmex in APAC
Sysmex says it has been previously burdened with the challenges of managing many disparate versions of hardware equipment and software solutions.
Microsoft fuels digital transformation for Kiwi health company
“We want to facilitate self-service capabilities across the organisation, so our employees are empowered to draw analysis and insights from our data.”
CSIRO builds facility focused on keeping Australians & the economy healthy
“Cheaper and more effective medical solutions are better for our health and Australia’s financial future.”
Nutanix helps hospital migrate from four data centres to one
“In a hospital environment, any cost savings made in areas such as IT are then available to be invested back into patient care."
Interview: Cisco on the cyber dangers lurking in healthcare
"Disruption to services potentially fatal. In the age of public healthcare, the government underwrites security, so issues can be very embarrassing."
Nokia emerges from the shadows with a massive line-up of consumer health products
Nokia makes a surprise re-entry to the stage with their range of connected health products.
NZ diabetes patients can forgo routine finger pricks, due to this new device
The glucose monitoring device that removes the pain of routine finger pricking and encourages an active lifestyle...
App rewards medication adherence with movie tickets - signs NSW health deal
Perx Health has signed a commercial agreement with Sydney Local Health District (SLHD) to test the platform with selected patients.
Dr. Lance O'Sullivan & The Moko Foundation to hold Northland socioeconomic summit
The Moko Foundation will run a summit in Waitangi focused on improving the health, education, leadership and economic standing in Northland.