Cybersecurity: in healthcare, encryption Is not enough

Healthcare Global

William Smith

The recent news that one major video conferencing provider is to backtrack on previous refusals to provide end-to-end encryption to free users is a major victory for the activists and civil liberties organisations campaigning for privacy and digital protection. Data transmission is one of the most vulnerable areas of video communication and ensuring a comprehensive level of security is paramount for those taking part in digital conversations – whether that’s personal, for business, or in a healthcare environment. During a video conversation, data travels over multiple networks - both public and private – and encryption is the foundation of protecting this data in transit.

Security is vital

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