What Does the Latest Worldwide Cyber Attack Mean for You?
As the workweek begins, many are concerned about the spread of malicious software that seized hundreds of thousands of computer systems around the globe late last week.
Anne Genge comes back to tell us more about the nature of the attack, what it means for Canadian dentists and the best ways to protect your practice from these cyber attacks.
Refresher on Ransomware
Additional Oasis Resources
- Ransomware – An update with Anne Genge
- Dental Staff Computer Use: Safe Practices
- The Impact of Human Error on the Practice’s Systems and Processes
- Privacy Policies, Documents, and Procedures
- Backup Essentials for Dental Practices
- USB Keys: Risks & Strategies
- Email: Risks & Strategies
- Encryption in the Dental Office: What you need to know
- You didn’t see it coming! Back up your data with a good plan
- Protecting Yourself against Ransomware
- What are the risks associated with digital communications?
- What are the key security questions you should ask when acquiring new office technologies?
- What is Ransomware and how can you protect your practice against it?
- Computer vulnerabilities are real and a serious threat to the livelihood of your practice!
- Strengthening your IT System and Complying with Privacy Laws