Posted on September 25th, 2010 No comments
If retailers could do anything, what would be the top five things they’d change about PCI?
Posted on November 4th, 2009 No comments
Physicians have limited knowledge of the American Recovery and Reinvestment provisions, according to a recent online survey of 1,001 physicians, and they are still reluctant to adopt information technology. Ingenix, a healthcare IT company and consulting firm, is under the umbrella of UnitedHealth Group, conducted the survey.
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Physicians still worried about EHRs disrupting work
The dogrobot virus that plagues Chinese internet cafes is being used to hijack online gaming account credentials, which can then be re-sold online.
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Windows system restore targeted by virtual identity thieves
Today Avert Labs has published a new research paper, “Inside the Password-Stealing Business: the Who and How of Identity Theft.” With so many financial transactions occurring online today, stealing passwords to banks and other accounts is an irresistible attraction for cybercriminals.
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Inside the Password-Stealing Business
According to the survey, 79 percent have experienced a data breach involving the loss or theft of credit card information and 60 percent of respondents didn’t think they had sufficient resources to comply with PCI and bring about a necessary level of cardholder security.
Posted on September 2nd, 2009 No comments
The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality plans to survey physician practices and pharmacies to collect statistics on the percentage that have implemented functional e-prescribing systems. With the data collected from the survey, AHRQ officials say they will identify catalysts and hindrances in the adoption of these IT systems.
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AHRQ surveys physician practices on e-prescribing