As telehealth grows more common, security experts address the privacy and security concerns of storing health data in the cloud
"The COVID-19 pandemic has pushed healthcare organizations to make telehealth a top priority," opines
Kelly Sheridan in Dark Reading.
"As they do, they're forced to confront privacy concerns related to information access, usage, and alteration, as well as the security of public cloud services where health data is stored.
As the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA) explains in a new report on protection of health data, "telemedicine" and "telehealth" should not be used interchangeably. The former refers to the clinical diagnosis and monitoring by technology; the latter has a broader definition..."
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