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October 22, 2015 Article 1 min read
From mobile devices to cloud data, is your senior living organization protecting its technology data resources?

As new technologies permeate the senior living industry, cybersecurity is becoming increasingly important.

According to F. Alex Brown, senior manager of information technology consulting for Plante Moran, developing a strategic IT security plan is a must for senior housing organizations, especially those that handle healthcare records. In a recent article published in Seniors Housing Business, Alex pinpoints four key areas that every senior housing organization can and should focus on as they introduce newer and more flexible technologies into their operations.

To discover four need-to-know strategies for protecting your senior housing organization’s data, read Alex’s article, “Keep your digital data safe — and HIPAA compliant,” in its entirety at seniorshousingbusiness.com.

Do you have an IT strategic security plan in place to protect your senior housing organization’s — and residents’ — data? Reach out to our team and we’ll get you the help you need to assess your organization’s vulnerability and risk landscape, pinpoint areas for improvement, and implement a strong security policy.