Envisioning the Future for Healthcare Security

November 2008
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Nov2008 Supplement, p8
Trade Publication
An interview with healthcare security specialists John Christly, Shawn Flaugher, David Watson, Mo Hess, and Rick Martin is presented. When asked about the things that will help them in terms of security and security technology, they refer to vulnerability management, the use of IP video surveillance, the resistance to the stovepipe management, and the use of open systems. They believe that stakeholders should acknowledge the integration of security into all aspects of the healthcare business.


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