Is April 21st the End of Times For Your Website?

Google recently announced that beginning on April 21, 2015 their algorithm will be changing in order to reward sites that are mobile friendly. Or if you are not prepared, I guess you could say they will be punishing sites that are not mobile friendly. So, what does this mean to you? First things first, you…

Technically Speaking, Choosing the Right Tech Solution will Maximize Productivity and Improve Patient Care

Choosing the optimal tech solution for your practice can enhance the lives of both doctors and staff, and even lead to an enjoyable patient experience.  Choosing the wrong solution can be frustrating, inefficient, and costly.  Even more costly is having to move from a bad solution to a new one.  How do you choose the…

Protect Confidential Client Information – Encrypt It!

Could your law firm or hedge fund be faced with fines for failure to protect client data?  In last week’s post, we discussed an incident in which a hospital was fined $100,000 for a HIPAA breach after an unencrypted personal laptop containing patient information was stolen.  There are laws which penalize companies in other industries…

Healthcare Practices Learn: Personal or Not – Encrypt It!

Do you encrypt personal devices used to access private customer data or electronic patient health information (ePHI)?  A HIPAA breach incident recently in the news highlights the importance of encryption for any devices that are used to access private information. An unencrypted personal laptop was stolen from a desk in a physician’s unlocked office on…

Protecting Your Company from Phishing, Spear Phishing and Malware

In our last blog post we described several types of fraudulent emails that use social engineering to get past your firewall and virus protection.  Phishing emails “fish for information” by tricking users to click on links that redirect them to websites that mimic real company websites, and to voluntarily input this information.  Spear Phishing, a…