Protection of personal health information is a critical priority, requiring policy, risk assessments, procedures, training, and technology. Intel-based technologies can support the need for compliance with local regulation of healthcare information such as the HIPAA privacy and security rule.
Intel offers a range of hardware-assisted security technologies, including accelerated encryption, anti-theft, identity protection, malware detection, and remote management of PCs, laptops, and devices.
Use Intel hardware-assisted technology to strengthen your security and enable a great user experience for healthcare workers.
Epic Systems Corporation's EHR reporting solution reduces CPU encryption overhead.
Safely embrace and benefit from medical, consumer, and IT trends, while minimizing risk of security incidents such as breaches.
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Risk assessment is a valuable tool for guiding the allocation of limited resources available for privacy and security.
White Paper: Meet future IT challenges with data center consolidation, interoperability, and security.
Paper: Outlines Intel® technologies healthcare organizations can use to create a data security strategy.
Brief: Intel Healthcare IT offers a practical, multilayered solution organizations can use to secure data.
Encryption can help protect patient information
Solution Brief: Intel® Anti-Theft Technology helps healthcare organizations secure mobile devices.
As the complexity and number of connected devices within the clinical environment increases, so do the challenges associated with them.
Intel, Symantec*, Emerson Network Power* unify remote management and security for healthcare platforms.
Outlining benefits of virtualization in five medical scenarios.
Brief: Desktop virtualization for healthcare industry using 2nd Generation Intel® Core™ vPro™ processors.
Theft testing on Intel® Core™ vPro™ processor-based systems using Intel® Anti-Theft technology.
Examining ROI of Intel® AMT-enabled electronic medical devices while considering healthcare-specific demands and goals.