Digital Health Data: A Comprehensive Review of Privacy and Security Risks and Some Recommendations
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KHAN, ShahidulIslam; HOQUE, AbuSayedMd.Latiful. Digital Health Data: A Comprehensive Review of Privacy and Security Risks and Some Recommendations. In: Computer Science Journal of Moldova. 2016, nr. 2(71), pp. 273-292. ISSN 1561-4042.
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Computer Science Journal of Moldova
Numărul 2(71) / 2016 / ISSN 1561-4042

Digital Health Data: A Comprehensive Review of Privacy and Security Risks and Some Recommendations
CZU: [004.78+004.89]:61

Pag. 273-292

Khan ShahidulIslam, Hoque AbuSayedMd.Latiful
 
University of Engineering and Technology
 
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INTAS 2004-78-7193 Imaging GaAs X-ray Detectors
 
Disponibil în IBN: 2 septembrie 2016


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In todays world, health data are being produced in everincreasing amounts due to extensive use of medical devices generating data in digital form. These data are stored in diverse formats at different health information systems. Medical practitioners and researchers can be benefited significantly if these massive heterogeneous data could be integrated and made accessible through a common platform. On the other hand, digital health data containing protected health information (PHI) are the main target of the cybercriminals. In this paper, we have provided a state of the art review of the security threats in the integrated healthcare information systems. According to our analysis, healthcare data servers are leading target of the hackers because of monetary value. At present, attacks on healthcare organizations’ data are 1.25 times higher compared to five years ago. We have provided some important recommendations to minimize the risk of attacks and to reduce the chance of compromising patients’ privacy after any successful attack.

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Health Data, Data Breach, PHI,

Privacy, Security