Security Asset Management: An Ounce of Prevention

Health Care

June 04, 2013
by Rick Ensenbach, CISSP, CISA, CISM, ISSMP, CCSFP

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As technology becomes an integral part of quality health care delivery, knowing where electronic patient health information (ePHI) resides, a key to protecting clinical and patient data, becomes all the more vital. One critical aspect of information security that deserves increased vigilance is security asset management.
Security asset management is the practice of formally accounting for all assets that contain sensitive or confidential information—and doing so throughout the life of those assets.

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