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Meditology Services Ranked #1 for Cybersecurity Advisory Services in 2020 Best in KLAS Report

Meditology Services has been recognized as the “2020 Best in KLAS” firm for Cybersecurity Advisory Services in the 2020 Best in KLAS: Software & Services Report. In preparing the annual Best in KLAS report, KLAS reviews more than 30,000 interviews conducted with health systems and payers across the country. Meditology Services was ranked as the top firm for the second consecutive year among a broad field of prestigious cybersecurity services providers. Read More

Meditology Launches Healthcare Security & Privacy Resource Center

Meditology Services has launched an innovative Resource Center with on-demand guidance sourced from the nation's best and brightest healthcare cybersecurity leaders and organizations. The center is designed to deliver cutting-edge updates on the latest approaches for tackling healthcare security, privacy, compliance, and risk management challenges. Read More

Cybersecurity Needs to Be Put in Business Terms

A cultural and communication shift is needed to get cybersecurity specialists out of the technology basement and around the hospital's leadership table, according to risk management specialists speaking during the HIMSS Healthcare Security Forum in Boston on December 9th, 2019. "We need to put cybersecurity in business terms. Cybersecurity, as part of a system's total enterprise risk, means looking at the need for protection in terms of how much money a hospital stands to lose," said Brian Selfridge, a partner with Meditology Services. | Read More

Meditology Services Taps Nadia Fahim-Koster as Partner

Meditology Services has named industry veteran Nadia Fahim-Koster as a partner in the firm. As Partner, Nadia serves as an executive advisor to many Chief Information Security Officers with reputable healthcare organizations across the United States. She is a sought-after consultant, expert witness, author and presenter on privacy, security and regulatory compliance programs. Read More

Stakes Are Rising for Protection of Valuable Health Data

With criminal networks prioritizing the acquisition of medical records above other kinds of data - even financial - the stakes are rising for health care systems working with thousands of small vendors and complex, aging technology. Literally millions of patient records have been stolen over the past few years. Even giant insurers such as Anthem have been victimized. The black market values patient medical records 10 to 40 times higher than credit card and Social Security Administration data, according to a variety of reports over the past few years. Read More