Ahead of the UK general election, Facebook says it is tackling interference and misinformation. But the firm’s efforts are unlikely to have much effect
By landing on the roofs of buses, delivery drones could travel four-and-a-half times as far, making them more useful for transporting packages
The scary fact is that human error is a contributing factor in more than 90% of breaches. With so many technical controls in place hackers are still getting through to your end users, making them your last line of defense. How are they so easily manipulated into giving the bad guys what they want? Well, hackers are crafty. And the best way to beat them is to understand the way they work.
The more than two-dozen participants chosen to move on to Stage 1 of the challenge include Accenture, Geisinger, IBM, Mayo Clinic, Merck, Northrop Grumman and others.
Dr. Tim Mercer, director of global health of Dell Medical School at the University of Texas at Austin, describes the challenges in caring for homeless and other underserved individuals.
Family physicians must balance treatment of patients with chronic pain against challenges faced by patients who have substance abuse issues.
Highly targeted political adverts give politicians who use them an unfair advantage, says Twitter, so the social media firm is banning them on its platform
A legal code of practice is needed before face recognition technology can be safely deployed by police forces in public places, says the UK’s data regulator
Given the complexity of today’s healthcare landscape, it’s more important than ever to have real-time data to make informed decisions. Lehigh Valley Health Network is using the power and intelligence of Tableau, the expertise of its Enterprise Analytics team, and the data of Epic to deliver fast, clear, and concise analysis that helps provide improved care, reduced cost of care, and improved outcomes for our patients. We will share how we leveraged Tableau to identify and improve clinical care, the journey we’ve been on, and some of the challenges we still face.
Cybersecurity in healthcare is about people, not technology. In the cloud era, keeping your patients safe means protecting clinicians and patients from cloud threats and data loss. A people-centric approach to security helps you identify people and data at-risk and provide the tools needed to stay alert and keep users and their sensitive data safe. A unified data loss prevention (DLP) platform can get you the visibility needed to discover and stop ex-filtration of sensitive data (PII, PHI and more) housed in cloud apps, email and on-premises file shares. So what does a people-centric strategy look like for your healthcare cloud security?