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PPN: PHI Protection Network

With the constantly evolving cybersecurity threats in healthcare, it is more important than ever for industry experts to come together to help equip hospitals and health systems with the tools and information necessary to combat cyber risks.

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The Financial Impact of Breached Protected Health Information: 2017 Update

A must read White Paper for Healthcare Leaders to learn about securing protected health information

Published originally in 2012, the whitepaper revealed a new predictive analytics model (PHIve) for evaluating and recommending the appropriate investments necessary to protect PHI and mitigate the risks of data breach.

Over the last five years, new threat vectors such as state-sponsored hackers, new tools for ransomware attacks easily purchased on the Dark Web, and new vulnerabilities including insufficiently protected medical devices and unpatched applications have increased the ease and rewards of stealing health information. The 2017 Update includes a proven use case of PHIve and is available for free download.

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Featuring Contributing Author, Clearwater CFO, Mary Chaput & Members of the PPN

Contributing Authors

About PPN

PPN is an interactive network of PHI protectors and solutions providers. This cross-industry group was formed in 2012 to help expedite the adoption of PHI best practices. Many members contributed to the report The Financial Impact of Breached Protected Health Information: A Business Case for Enhanced PHI Security, which calls for enhanced security to safeguard protected health information and was first issued in March, 2012 by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI), via its Identity Theft Prevention and Identity Management Standards Panel (IDSP), in partnership with The Shared Assessments Program, and the Internet Security Alliance (ISA). For more information, visit phiprotectors.org

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