The Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) movement poses a mobile security dilemma for I.T. professionals, whether theyre trying to safeguard protected health information at a sprawling health system or physician practice.
There simply has to be a response. But crafting comprehensive BYOD strategies is a complex understanding that requires intense analysis of policies, procedures and technology. A critical component of that response is understanding the unique threats to your mobile environment and addressing them in your broader security strategy.
Listen in as Brian Comp, CTO at Orlando Health, and Joel Taylor, CIO at Preferred Health Partners, explain the thinking that went into developing their BYOD strategies, and the unique and surprising security issues that emerged during the process. The discussion also will highlight the similarities and differences of BYOD concerns across the industry: Mr. Comp will discuss the challenges of a large, multi-hospital health system with more than 14,000 employees and 2,000 affiliated physicians; Mr. Taylor can speak to his experiences at a 170-physician, physician-owned multispecialty group.
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