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Security breaches averaged more than $5.2 million per event in 2011. Implementing a proactive, preventative approach to privacy and security is a practical strategy that healthcare organizations can use to manage risk. In this video, David Houlding, Healthcare Privacy & Security Lead Architect at Intel, and Nancy Vuckovic, Senior Health Researcher, Health Strategies and Solutions at Intel, review how cumbersome security solutions often get in the way of healthcare workers and drive them to use technology in non-secure ways. Hear everyday examples of how clinicians use technology in ways that are not authorized, and how to mitigate those risks.
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