A universal exchange language, as proposed by a presidential council, is far from a panacea for ensuring electronic health records interoperability and easing the secure exchange of data, a diverse coalition says.
"Okay, we have bad guys that might be in the system, but at least we're watching them every minute and hopefully detecting them before they do anything too bad," RSA Chief Technology Officer Bret Hartman says.
Defense Deputy Secretary William Lynn III meets with NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen, but works most closely with Ambassador GÃ¡bor IklÃ³dy of Hungary, the alliance's assistant secretary general for emerging security challenges
Implementing electronic health records software that includes security components is just the first of many steps involved in ensuring security, says Bonnie Cassidy, president of the American Health Information Management Association.
The Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council is expected to issue new security guidance that revisits online banking and strong authentication, according to industry experts who have been involved in recent meetings with the FFIEC.