As the cybersecurity landscape evolves, so do compliance standards. The new year brought new conversations about compliance, new regulations and new considerations for IT teams. We’ve outlined some of those changes below to help your team stay ahead of the curve.
We examine two key areas of e-commerce operations that are vital PCI DSS checkpoints for ensuring that your customers’ data is secure and your site doesn’t become an easy target for hackers.
While it is vital to be wary of systems failures and criminal hackers, and protect against these threats to protected health information (PHI), the most common source of data loss in the healthcare industry is simple human error.
As healthcare technology becomes increasingly connected to the Internet of Things, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has taken an involved role in promoting cybersecurity measures.
Keeping up with the constant evolution of FedRAMP and FISMA regulations can be incredibly time-consuming. That’s where QTS comes in.
Are you a little bit lost as to which compliance acronyms relate to your business or personal data? Let's run through the top 5 compliance standards.
Protecting patient data and ensuring scalability for the future are critical requirements for healthcare organizations. QTS ensures that all of our data centers are built to top of the line HIPAA standards, including our new mega data center in Chicago.
Systems integrators face a daunting task when they are challenged to design an IT solution that combines the many necessary components a federal customer needs. QTS can help.
The importance of data centers for healthcare organizations is greater than ever before, and it is crucial that those data centers be scalable, secure and compliant in order to meet the unique needs of those organizations.
Simply put, the cloud is “able” – it’s scalable, reliable and available. These factors make it appealing to a wide range of industries looking for ways to improve or supplement their existing IT infrastructure.
Like companies in other industries, companies in the financial services arena face a number of challenges surrounding their data and the data of their customers. While financial services companies are under the gun to improve digital offerings for their customers, they must also comply with stringent industry guidelines due to the sensitive nature of the information they work with.
HIPAA is going on two years old, and it seems there is still a fair amount of confusion as to what the guidelines all mean