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Can your phone be spied on?

by Michael L. Brody, DPM

The answer is yes. Malware can be installed on your phone that can secretly record the microphone, phone calls, access the camera, access passwords on the phone and track the location of a mobile phone.
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How well does my Computer Password Protect Me?

by Tahlia Brody, CHP, VP of Customer Service TLD Systems

While passwords are good security tools, we cannot blindly rely on them to protect our computers.
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Maintain a Culture of Compliance: September

by Tahlia Brody, CHP, VP of Customer Service TLD Systems

in order to be HIPAA Compliant, you must maintain a "Culture of Compliance" at your office. This can include keeping your software up-to-date, regular required training and addressing risks that pose to your office. This month we address the HIPAA Privacy Manual, enabling your hardware firewall and tracking internet of things
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Cybersecurity needs to extend beyond your Electronic Medical Records.

by Michael L. Brody, DPM

On June 29, The Department of Health and Human Services Cybersecurity Program released a news article on vulnerabilities in PACS Systems. PACS systems are Picture Archiving Communication Systems. These are commonly used for the storage and sharing of medical images such as radiographs, CT scans, and MRI images.
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TLD Systems Partners with CME Online for HIPAA Training On Demand

by TLD Systems

TLD Systems has partnered with CME Online to offer training courses as On Demand modules. CME Online will now host and broadcast courses on 2021 HIPAA Training.
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A Real-Life Ransomware Attack: What to Do if Your EHR System Goes Down

by Michael L. Brody, DPM

On April 27th, an EHR system company sent an email to hosted customers detailing a ransomware incident. According to the email, "A sophisticated criminal organization carried out a ransomware attack on some of the hosting vendor’s systems, disaster recovery site, and backups." As a result of this outage, many customers lost access to their EHR system.
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Masks, COVID Vaccines, the New CDC Guidelines and Your Practice

by Michael L. Brody, DPM

The CDC has recently stated that individuals who have been vaccinated do not need to wear masks. As a result, many states have lifted mask restrictions. This begs the question of what to do if your state has lifted mask restrictions and somebody walks into your office without a mask?
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Password Security – New Guidelines have been released.

by Michael Brody

National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) released NIST Special Publication 800-63B Digital Identity Guidelines. The new guidelines represent some significant changes to password management.
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Maintain a Culture of Compliance: April

by Tahlia Brody, CHP, VP of Customer Service TLD Systems

in order to be HIPAA Compliant, you must maintain a "Culture of Compliance" at your office. This can include keeping your software up-to-date, regular required training and addressing risks that pose to your office. This month we address Updating to Windows 10 20H2, Getting cell phones off your office WiFi and Understanding your backups
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The Importance of keeping your computer up to date.

by Michael Brody

Microsoft has released it’s March security Patch which includes fixes for:
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