Computerworld, a leader and mainstay in the information technology news space, sat down with Net Health’s CIO, Jason “JJ” James, for their ongoing, popular TECH(talk) series. Host Juliet and JJ discussed topics ranging from why attackers target healthcare organizations, Google’s Project Nightingale, to the importance of securing patient data.
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We followed up with JJ to discuss how this TECH(talk) opportunity came about and why it’s important that healthcare data security be actively discussed by all players in the industry:
“The TECH(talk) editors heard me discuss topics like innovative technology’s impact on the healthcare industry, data toxicity, and the value of data when I was a guest on the CIO In the Know Podcast earlier this year. This opportunity was too good to pass up. I’m always looking for a chance to educate the public on our rigorous stance to protect our clients data as well as our own. With issues like data breaches and phishing being ever-present and serious dangers, it’s our responsibility to our clients and employees to consistently evolve our security and privacy measures. This was a great chance to explore my thoughts with a fellow security industry insider. As a technologist and CIO, I believe Net Health is in an excellent position to be a thought leader in the healthcare technology security space—and to continually share that knowledge with clients and prospects.”