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What you need to know about infection control in a digital world
What you need to know about infection control in a digital worldWhen it comes to infection control in your practice, physical health and wellness shouldn’t be the only focus.
9 ways to avoid cyber attacks
9 ways to avoid cyber attacksWhat you need to know about the most common types of cyber attacks — and how you can avoid them.
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?
Aspida Recovery and the cruciality of data backups
Aspida Recovery and the cruciality of data backupsHaving a backup system like Aspida Recovery can be critical in saving your practice in the event of a disaster.
8 steps for a successful HIPAA compliance plan
8 steps for a successful HIPAA compliance planFollowing these eight steps can help ensure your dental practice is HIPAA compliant.
The importance of security in dentistry
The importance of security in dentistryThe threats are changing, making security all the more important in the dental practice.
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 protect your dental EHRs from cyber attacks
How to protect your dental EHRs from cyber attacksDentists are switching over to EHRs, but recent patient database hacks have many practitioners worried about the security of electronic systems. So, how can dentists protect their EHR patient data?