Today’s best run companies are moving away from their “no” and “slow” policies on security, and are making better managed, more enhanced business decisions that support their efforts both in the present and in the near future. Security doesn’t have to be difficult, but it does take the mindset and the aptitude to learn to run it like a business, no matter how large or small your operation is.
Of all the technologies and trends emerging in today’s business environment, which will significantly alter tomorrow’s landscape? Which will revolutionize the way people live and work? How will wearables be incorporated into our lives? Where will robotics and artificial intelligence have the greatest impact?
More importantly, which of these emerging technologies will matter most to your organization?
If your business is like most, you probably have a lot of strategies in place.
The entire healthcare industry is currently under significant change. The Affordable Care Act has increased the number of Americans with health insurance. And while that has increased the number of people seeking out medical care, at the same time the number of doctors graduating and seeking employment in the healthcare system is decreasing.
It’s all the makings of a good spy novel. Hackers and terrorists find a weakness in medical devices installed in patients, use the breech to infiltrate the highest level of data within the medical system, and do serious damage in a lot of ways. Not only can they access sensitive and sometimes top secret information, they have total control over life and death situations as well.