Monthly Archives: June 2012

HACKED in HIT: Does your HCO have an EMR / EHR security plan?

Does your HCO have a EMR security plan?A couple of weeks ago we talked about your social media network getting hacked. While potentially embarrassing to those hacked and a slight risk to other accounts on your network, it is a … Continue reading

Posted in EHR security breach, EMR secuirty breach, EMR. EHR, hacket in HIT, HIT, HOC, HOC's, Josh Kaplan, Meaningful Use, medical record security, Social Media | 1 Comment

What’s Mine is Yours: When does employer social media policy cross the line on privacy and property concerns?

Do employers have rights to employee social media info? In the technical resources business, we have to be concerned about several aspects of E/O/E laws and regulations. Yet, in today’s world, it’s becoming more commonplace for an employer to ask … Continue reading

Posted in employee privacy. employer rights, employer social media spying, intellectual property, Josh Kaplan, PhoneDog, social media policy | Comments Off

Your password has been hacked, now what? Three ways to address your contacts.

Last Wednesday, LinkedIn reported that a number of users had their passwords compromised. Although not confirmed by LinkedIn, it’s estimated that about six million of its 161 million + network fell victim to the security breach. If you’ve been following … Continue reading

Posted in abandoned social media pages, bad passwords, cipher, hacked user protocol, Josh Kaplan, LinkedIn hacker, LinkedIn security breach, Talascend IT | 1 Comment

Top three differences between old professional behavior and new professional behavior

Social media blogger and author Allison Fine recently wrote an article in the Havard Business Review discussing the difference between an old professional and a new professional. Are you an old professional or new professional?Through a series of examples she … Continue reading

Posted in Allison Fine, Backstage Self, Front stage persona, Human Experience, Josh Kaplan, new professional, old professional, social media concerns, social media policy | Comments Off