Records Management

Read: Announcing the 2021 Campus Safety BEST Award Winners

Announcing the 2021 Campus Safety BEST Award Winners

Check out this year’s top campus public safety, security and emergency management products – the CS 2021 BEST Award winners!

Read: BYU Creates New Security Department

BYU Creates New Security Department

BYU security officers won’t have arrest authority and won’t be required to comply with open records laws.

Read: ASIS 2017 Spotlight on Omnigo Software

ASIS 2017 Spotlight on Omnigo Software

Omnigo exhibited at ASIS last week where its software for healthcare and education were showcased.

Read: UCLA Medical Center Investigating Breach of Kanye West’s Medical Records

UCLA Medical Center Investigating Breach of Kanye West’s Medical Records

Kanye West is the latest celebrity to have his medical record privacy violated at the hospital.

Read: Study: 1 in 2 Hospitals Use 2-Factor Authentification for Patient Info Security

Study: 1 in 2 Hospitals Use 2-Factor Authentification for Patient Info Security

The percentage of hospitals with two-factor authorization capability for ePHI security is up from just 32 percent in 2010.

Mass. Hospital Reaches Settlement on HIPAA Violation

St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center was the latest healthcare provider to settle an HIPAA violation involving web service providers.

Read: Schools Beware: Some See FERPA Update as Inevitable

Schools Beware: Some See FERPA Update as Inevitable

The Family Education Rights and Privacy Act is overdue for provisions to account for computer technology.

Read: Abandoned Hospital Found to Have Sensitive Patient Information

Abandoned Hospital Found to Have Sensitive Patient Information

Patient information was found in an old hospital building in Statesville, North Carolina.

Read: U.S. Dept. of Ed Provides Guidance on Protecting Student Privacy

U.S. Dept. of Ed Provides Guidance on Protecting Student Privacy

This video shows how K-12 schools can improve how they protect student privacy while using online educational services and applications.

RI Hospital to Pay $150K for Not Protecting Patient Data

Women & Infants Hospital of Rhode Island has agreed to pay $150,000 to resolve allegations that it failed to protect the personal information and protected health information of more than 12,000 patients in Massachusetts.

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