This document outlines a team approach, starting with the health care organization leadership setting the expectations and cyber-risk mitigation tone for the project. When executive leadership empowers information technology, operational technology and facilities professionals, an effective cyber-risk mitigation plan can be enacted. A thoughtful cyber-risk process addresses the safety, efficiency and compliance goals of the health care facility.
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Mar 12, 2023
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Apr 15, 2021
Managing threats to protect patients, staff and visitors is one of the primary responsibilities of a health care physical environment professional. ASHE seeks to aid members in developing effective cybersecurity best practices and policies at their facilities. This page includes links to cybersecurity recommendations, articles, resources and more.
Mar 26, 2020
On March 21, 2020, the Office of Inspector General (OIG), Office of Investigatons (OI), Digital Investigatons Branch (DIB), in cooperation with investigative and intelligence partners have become aware of a potential information involving a security vulnerability impacting the healthcare and public health care sector (HPH). In an e?ort to support the security of networks within the U.S.