data breach

How to manage disaster recovery with data backups
How to manage disaster recovery with data backupsA data breach in the dental practice can be catastrophic—unless your files and systems are backed up correctly.
The terrifying threat ransomware poses to your dental practice
The terrifying threat ransomware poses to your dental practiceWhat exactly is ransomware—and how big of a threat is it to your dental practice?
How encryption could be your get-out-of-jail-free card
How encryption could be your get-out-of-jail-free cardHaving to declare a data breach can be devastating for a practice—so it’s critical to take the appropriate preventative measures in advance.
How to protect your practice with encryption
How to protect your practice with encryptionEncryption may not be required by HIPAA rules, but just because you don’t have to, doesn’t mean you shouldn’t.
Why cybersecurity is critical for dental practices
Why cybersecurity is critical for dental practicesProtecting your data is becoming more and more crucial, and two-factor authentication can be the first step in your line of defense
9 things you need to know about ransomeware
9 things you need to know about ransomewareRansomware, or cryptoviruses, are a type of computer virus that infect your computers and lock your critical data files. The following is a short FAQ about these viruses and why you need to worry.
4 things you need to know about the dangers of ransomware
4 things you need to know about the dangers of ransomwareThink you can't be a victim of a ransomware attack? Think again. Underestimating the dangers of ransomeware could have big consequences.
How to avoid HIPAA penalties with a Security Risk Assessment
How to avoid HIPAA penalties with a Security Risk AssessmentA Security Risk Assessment could save your dental practice from major repercussions and financial penalties in the event of a HIPAA violation.
3 important ways to protect your patient information
3 important ways to protect your patient informationAs most dentists are aware, the data that resides in your office is the most critical data you own; the patient records, schedule, documents, etc. are the lifeblood of your practice. The question is, what are you doing to protect that data? For preventing data breaches and HIPAA violations, there are three areas to concentrate on.
4 crucial steps for dealing with a data breachA data breach in the dental industry isn’t just nerve-wracking – it’s also expensive and can potentially shut a practice down. The bad news is nearly every company will experience a data breach of some kind during the life of their company.