July 12, 2019

Employee Spotlight: Kristin Latter, Customer Success Manager

Our mission at Protenus is to advance the science of healthcare by bringing together creative and skilled individuals who are passionate about the security, usability, and applicability of health data. As this information becomes more voluminous, comprehensive, and, as a consequence, more vulnerable, we are building scalable, insightful solutions that address critical issues preventing the efficient, safe, and effective delivery of patient care.

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June 17, 2019

Employee Spotlight: Nick Vandenberge, Support Specialist

Our mission at Protenus is to advance the science of healthcare by bringing together creative and skilled individuals who are passionate about the security, usability, and applicability of health data. As this information becomes more voluminous, comprehensive, and, as a consequence, more vulnerable, we are building scalable, insightful solutions that address critical issues preventing the efficient, safe, and effective delivery of patient care.

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May 30, 2019

Employee Spotlight: Theo Laster, Cash Applications Associate

Our mission at Protenus is to advance the science of healthcare by bringing together creative and skilled individuals who are passionate about the security, usability, and applicability of health data. As this information becomes more voluminous, comprehensive, and, as a consequence, more vulnerable, we are building scalable, insightful solutions that address critical issues preventing the efficient, safe, and effective delivery of patient care.

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April 2, 2018

How the Protenus Breach Barometer changed my career

When Protenus was first building its sales and marketing team, I joined as the Senior Marketing Manager. This meant shaping marketing initiatives to make Protenus more successful, and determining which priorities we should tackle first. As I was a “jack-of-all-trades,” I was working on everything from marketing strategy to trade show logistics to content that would elevate our brand within the healthcare industry.  

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March 20, 2018

While Healthcare is Optimistic about 4-Year Low in Breached Patient Records, Number of Incidents Remain Alarmingly Steady

A recent report has stated that patient records affected by health data breaches have hit a four-year low in 2017.  Unfortunately, while these findings are promising, the number of breach incidents remains steady and continues to represent a constant threat to patient data security.  There also seems to be a continuing trend in which health data breaches that have affected the most patient records in a given month are the result of hacking while breaches that have taken the longest to detect are the result of insiders. February continues this trend, with a ransomware attack responsible for the largest single incident of the month and an insider-error incident that continued for over four years before it was detected by the healthcare organization. There was also one incident that was the result of insider-wrongdoing, and this particular case highlights just how insidious insider-wrongdoing breaches can be.

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