Don’t Fall Victim to Ransomware Attacks: Cybersecurity Tips to Keep Your Data Safe

Don’t Fall Victim to Ransomware Attacks: Cybersecurity Tips to Keep Your Data Safe

1 PM ET | 10 AM PT

Now more than ever, cybersecurity is something providers acknowledge as important , but with so much to do in practice, it often falls to the bottom of their priority action list.

Data from Kareo’s recent State of the Independent Practice Report reinforced this point. Nearly 60% of providers indicated that when it comes to delivery of care, security and compliance are their most important initiatives, especially after COVID-19. This isn’t a surprise, as many practices were required to adopt remote care delivery services during COVID-19, prompting a spike in ransomware attacks and exposed PHI.

So, what can practices do to ensure their data stays safe? Kareo’s Information Security Manager, Jesse Salmon, shares his top cybersecurity tips and additional insights, including:

  • Ways to spot and stop ransomware attacks, especially while providing remote care delivery services
  • What to expect from a software vendor that is committed to helping you protect your practice and patient data
  • Best practices you can begin implementing today

You may think that a breach in your data won’t happen to you, but why take a chance? Register for this webinar and learn how you can easily keep your data and your patients safe!

About the Speaker

Jesse Salmon

Jesse Salmon leads Kareo’s Information Security Team which maintains technical safeguards to protect patient data. He got his start in Information Security while attached to the 1st Marine Expeditionary Force serving as an information assurance team lead. While deployed, Jesse learned the importance of measuring and incremental improvement of security controls. Taking these skills to the private sector, Jesse consulted for Fortune 500 companies providing services around Identity and Access Management, PCI compliance and threat detection.

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