The Health IT Security Forum is an international security organization that dedicated to helping healthcare organizations secure their data and that of their patients.  HITSF provides guidance for the healthcare industry on ways to protect privacy, prevent data breaches, maintain the confidentiality of information, and secure healthcare computing assets and medical devices.   HITSF members conduct multidisciplinary research and development in these areas and contribute to the Health IT Security Journal.

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Malware Attacks: A Tale of Two Healthcare Incidents https://t.co/QaM61XKQ1a

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Blockchain isn?t Just for Cryptocurrency, according to Oracle and Infosys at Data Summit https://t.co/0vzyX1BahW

Florida's Approach to Training Cybersecurity Specialists https://t.co/fF8h8zuT3e

Strategies for Overcoming Big Data Integration Challenges at Data Summit 2018 https://t.co/uruYv6VJZH

Police Bust Suspected Fraudsters in Romania and Spain https://t.co/sEPI0aFr54

Using Machine Learning to Monitor Social Media Crises? at Data Summit 2018 https://t.co/fsZMu6XYg8

Pick Cloud and Rocket Software to Conduct Webinar on Disaster Recovery https://t.co/wSGenUZDAm

Preparing for the Rise of DataOps at Data Summit 2018 https://t.co/HBTk1duYSC

OneLogin Unifies Access for On-Prem and Cloud Apps https://t.co/bJpthi9Ip0

2018: The Year of the Graph is Declared at Data Summit https://t.co/yn1TWR2MpL

Amazon Rekognition Stokes Surveillance State Fears https://t.co/bFGt6BHZ5I

Mark Zuckerberg's European Appearance: Thumbs Down https://t.co/ULfeUlkoC3

The Future of Data Lakes: Cloud, Object Stores, and Spark https://t.co/QonINE7cAW

Anne Buff and Lynda Partner Explore What it Means to be a Data-Driven Enterprise at Data Summit 2018 https://t.co/TuwqfU4h6M

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