John Harris, chief technology officer of SIGNiX, recently wrote an article for Health IT Outcomes about ways healthcare organizations can protect sensitive patient data. In the article, he discussed the importance of using modern, up-to-date software and equipment. He says:

“As cyber attacks have evolved over the years, so should your software and technology. Keep your software and modern equipment updated, so you are better suited to defend against cyber attacks, and implement certain tools, like firewalls, antivirus protection and digital signatures, to help improve your organization’s cybersecurity.”

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