According to Allied Market Research, the worldwide mobile security market will have garnered $34.8 billion by the beginning of 2020. The "bring your own device (BYOD)" trend is picking up steam among small & medium-sized businesses, and is a major reason for the adoption of mobile security software.
The term "cloud computing" dates back to 1996 when it was used inside the Houston-based office of Compaq Computer. According to the MIT Technology Review, it was here that a small group of tech executives were planning the future of the Internet business and calling it "cloud computing". From buzzword to industry standard, cloud-computing has gone on to encompass the on-demand delivery of computer power, database, storage and applications over the Internet.
While the sun has set completely on 2019, it is important to reflect on the changes that healthcare security has experienced over the last year. The dynamic nature of data security causes much to change in very little time and paves the way for new trends in the sector. The following are four expected trends in healthcare security in the year 2020. Is your organization ready?
As the increase in digital technology opens up new business potential, revenue and growth, the role of the CIO is becoming increasingly complex and integral. Consequently, it is crucial that CIOs hone required skills as well as remain up to date with the constant changes in technology. The following is a list of upcoming CIO events in the US for the year 2020:
Customer service (CS) is becoming one of the biggest differentiators between successful and unsuccessful businesses. More specifically, there has been a rising focus on CS on social media and its effectiveness in increasing revenue. For this reason, many events this year have decided to focus on the digital customer journey. Below is a list of upcoming CS events for 2020.
2019 witnessed an increase in cyber security awareness by the government, private organizations and the general public. People now care more about data security and hold organizations accountable when they fail to protect it. For this reason and many others, 2020 will be jam packed with cyber security conferences and events. For your convenience, Giva has compiled the following list of upcoming cyber security events happening in the United States:
Cyber security is a growing concern for healthcare entities in the US. The fear of threats has encouraged healthcare providers to connect and collaborate to protect themselves and the data of their patients from attackers. The following healthcare security events are some great opportunities for collaboration on the issue:
LifeLabs, a Canadian owned and operated company, performs over 112 million laboratory tests to help diagnose, treat, monitor and prevent disease for Canadian patients across the country every year.
On Tuesday, December 18th, 2019, LifeLabs announced a data breach that could affect up to 15 million previous, current and future clients.
Whether it be for work, play, shopping, banking, business, getting our news and just staying in touch, Canadians are online everyday. The same digital infrastructure that enhances our quality of life can also leave us vulnerable. Data supplied by the Government of Canada states that cybercrime in Canada causes more than $3 billion in economic losses each year.
The Personal Information Protection and Electronic Document Act (PIPEDA) is Canada's federal law on patient privacy. It is comparable to the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) in the United States, however, there are a few key differences to be aware of.