If you work in a healthcare establishment (hospital, emergency care center, medical office, laboratory, or other associated healthcare business), you are aware of the rampant data breach issues that plague this industry. Hence, it is no surprise that healthcare businesses have to comply with several state and federal laws that aim to protect patient privacy. From collecting and maintaining patient information, to securely destroying physical and electronic records, these regulations define a ho
Whether you are upgrading to new devices or simply cleaning up storage facilities, don’t just discard your old computers, laptops, DVDs, drives or other electronic junk in garbage or recycle. Without proper disposal processes, you may be risking the reputation of your business and could end up becoming a victim of corporate fraud or identity theft. Unfortunately, we live in times where minor negligence in safeguarding our personal information or business data would mean paying a hefty price.&
Facts and Tips from Florida’s Trusted Information Management Experts
There is no doubt that in the Information Age, all our physical and digital records are more valuable than we ever imagined. While technological advancements have led to easier and real-time access to information, they have also made us and our business more vulnerable to data breaches, hacks, scams and identity theft.
Tips for Business Continuity and Disaster Planning
While Florida is famous for its sandy beaches and breathtaking views, the deadly hurricanes that have hit its shores have hogged more headlines than any other state in the US. As per the Hurricane Research Division of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, 40% of all U.S. hurricanes hit Florida. In addition to the powerful ones, such as Katrina, Charley, Wilma or Elma, even the lesser known ones have caused massive devastation