MedCity News March 1, 2024
Jim Ducharme

A surge in cloud adoption by healthcare organizations brings new challenges, particularly in safeguarding data across diverse providers while meeting regulatory frameworks.

In today’s fast-paced digital ecosystem, the evolution of cloud services has revolutionized the way organizations manage their data. Adopting multi-cloud environments has become increasingly prevalent from startups to established enterprises, offering flexibility, scalability, and efficiency. However, this surge in cloud adoption brings new challenges, particularly in safeguarding data across diverse providers while meeting regulatory frameworks. Organizations must address these challenges head-on to ensure data security and integrity, especially regarding Protected Health Information (PHI).

Guardrails for data

Every organization operates within a unique context, with distinct requirements, priorities, and risk profiles. Cloud security has no one-size-fits-all recipe. If there...

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