Hospital Security

Read: Microsoft Azure Announces Top Priority Customers During Coronavirus Outbreak

Microsoft Azure Announces Top Priority Customers During Coronavirus Outbreak

COVID-19 has prompted Microsoft Azure to designate first responders, health and emergency management services, critical government infrastructure and remote workers as the company’s top priority during the crisis.

Read: Protecting the Community of Care

Protecting the Community of Care

Intelligent Security to Safeguard Hospital’s Most Vulnerable Patients

Read: FBI: Man Killed in Shootout Planned to Bomb Hospital Amid COVID-19 Crisis

FBI: Man Killed in Shootout Planned to Bomb Hospital Amid COVID-19 Crisis

The FBI had been surveilling the 36-year-old man who expressed racial and religious hatred and anti-government sentiment.

Read: Ransomware Attackers Vow to Not Strike Healthcare During Pandemic

Ransomware Attackers Vow to Not Strike Healthcare During Pandemic

Two ransomware gangs have agreed to forego attacking healthcare organizations during the outbreak, but several others have not agreed to stop.

Read: 18 Tips For Using Metal Detectors Effectively

18 Tips For Using Metal Detectors Effectively

These 18 tips will ensure you get the most out of your investment in metal detection technology.

Read: IAHSS Postpones 2020 Annual Conference

IAHSS Postpones 2020 Annual Conference

IAHSS’ annual event will now take place August 17-19 in Phoenix, Arizona.

Read: 57% of IoT Devices Vulnerable to Severe Attack, Report Finds

57% of IoT Devices Vulnerable to Severe Attack, Report Finds

The report also found 98% of all IoT devices are unencrypted, potentially exposing personal and confidential data.

Read: Capacity Issues Could Thwart U.S. Hospital Response to COVID-19

Capacity Issues Could Thwart U.S. Hospital Response to COVID-19

The number of patients needing treatment for the coronavirus could outstrip hospital resources.

Read: Gulf Coast Hospital Sitter Accused of Sucking on Patient’s Toes

Gulf Coast Hospital Sitter Accused of Sucking on Patient’s Toes

The sitter said he put his hand on the foot of the patient’s bed to reach for his cell phone he had dropped when she became startled.

Read: Patient Stabs 2 Nurses with Medical Scissors at Ellis Hospital

Patient Stabs 2 Nurses with Medical Scissors at Ellis Hospital

Nurses are demanding officials reexamine security policies after the patient, who is a convicted felon and well-known to staff, was placed on an open unit.

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