Health care professionals should think beyond merely protecting the organization and start protecting patients' privacy at home, HealthITSecurity reports. "At some point, I'm going to have [to] start thinking about how to protect patients in their home," Christiana Care Health System Chief Information Security Officer Anahi Santiago said. "My information security program is not going to just be about the data center or the cloud but an extension into the patients' homes. So, we can be responsible for protecting them wherever they use technology." She added, "The patients are going to be driving the decision when it comes to their care, how they communicate, and the technology they want to use."
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