Many companies are looking for IT solutions that will help them achieve compliance in the areas of auditing, policies, procedures, authentication and authorization.


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NewsCornell Prescription Pharmacy, a small, single-location business in Denver, will pay a $125,000 settlement fine and adopt a corrective action plan for failure to comply with the HIPAA privacy rule since its compliance date in 2003.
NewsA compliance officer has blown the whistle on his own company, and is set to receive a $1.4 million to $1.6 million reward from the SEC.
NewsSecurity is the top concern of more than two-thirds of CIOs and CTOs. Here's a look at the overall top 10 concerns facing today's technology leaders, according to new research.
Corporate ComplianceAlas, government data retention policies raise more questions than they answer.
NewsAfter a decade of false starts, encryption technology is taking hold across mobile devices and cloud computing. The big question: Can traditional enterprise networks and on-premises data centers keep pace with this fast-rising encryption trend?
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Data PrivacyWikiLeaks published more than 200,000 internal Sony Pictures Entertainment documents and e-mails, opening a new chapter in the hacking saga that enveloped Sony Corp.’s Hollywood studio late last year.
NewsJPMorgan is rolling out a program to identify rogue employees before they go astray. Dozens of inputs, including whether workers skip compliance classes, violate personal trading rules or breach market-risk limits, will be fed into the software.
AnalysisHow IT can truly master video surveillance technology -- especially as the worlds of corporate compliance, physical security, data retention, storage and analytics converge.
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NewsProposed rules for Stage 3 of meaningful use offer hospitals some flexibility in hitting required objectives, but hospital CIOs find some challenging targets in their initial review of the regulation.
NewsTwo senior U.S. senators demanded Anthem Inc. pick up the pace in notifying as many as 79 million Americans that their personal information may have been stolen from the health insurer in a computer breach last month.
NewsPremera Blue Cross suffered a hack last May, exposing claims and clinical data affecting 11 million customers, the Pacific Northwest and Alaska insurer has stated.
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