A recent CIO.com interview presents the idea that healthcare IT security is harder than other area of IT security. The argument is that the health care industry has a number of challenges that make the security architect’s job, the CSO’s job, much more difficult than in financial services and most other industries. Plus, they suggest it’s more difficult for healthcare technologists to predict transaction flow and how data will be used.
What are your experiences with healthcare IT security? We’d love to hear your comments below, and let us know, is healthcare IT security harder than the rest, and this is Ripe, or is this Hype, you don’t think healthcare IT security is harder?