Privacy and cybersecurity in the workplace are complex issues that can be overwhelming for many people. As a result, small business owners often simply choose to ignore them. But given the rise in ransomware, hacking and data theft scams, the protection of information technology (IT) and data systems has now become more important than ever, particularly in health care settings.
“We are going to address all of the privacy and security challenges that dental offices have. Simplify it. Try to make it fun but give tangible takeaways in each session.”
In conjunction with Anne Genge, a certified cybersecurity expert and educator with over 20 years of experience in the health care industry, CDA is pleased to facilitate a series of cybersecurity mini workshops designed to introduce dentists to cybersecurity best practices and address common privacy and cybersecurity issues in the dental office.
Each short video includes downloadable checklists and assessments and breaks down the challenge of cybersecurity into bite-sized, task-oriented pieces that will deliver an overall plan to close gaps in privacy and security in the dental practice.
The first video in the series, Ransomware Vulnerability Assessment, outlines the key steps in securing your IT systems from cyber and ransom attacks.
Stay tuned for the next video in the mini workshop series.