Problem to Solve: A Model for a Successful Tools Rollout
Here is a link to an article I wrote for GRCoutlook.com in March 2022. It covers some of the best practices and guidelines for a successful network or cybersecurity tools deployment.
Problem to Solve: Does IoT Increase Security Risks in Healthcare?
I had the privilege to be interviewed by Colin Hung from HealthcareITtoday.com regarding the many challenges & risks associated with Internet of Things security in Healthcare. In a nutshell, the session highlights the benefits, threats & considerations related to IoT deployments.
Here is the link to the original article posted on the Healthcare IT Today website.
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