Any fears you may have about ransomware attacks aren’t unfounded with health care being the No. 1 industry affected. The good news is, there are simple ways to protect your practice. Steve White, vice president and partner of DDS Rescue, lays out three steps for keeping your practice safe.
Methods for protecting your computers, business data and patient data are increasingly complex and ever changing. No checklist can guarantee total security; however, there are some best practices that can minimize many risks to your systems and data.
With cyber crimes befalling major companies on what has become a regular occurrence, we all have to wonder if our businesses could be targets for a cyber attack. We here at DDS Rescue get this question from our clients on a daily basis. I should […]
I never had to be concerned about data management before. Why now? Electronic data management may be relatively new to our industry but as the reliance on the volumes of data stored in office servers continues to increase, the need for sound data management increases […]
Last week at the ADA Annual Session, we announced our partnership with DDS Rescue! DDS Rescue is a business continuity solution. Your patient data, and your ability to access that data, is critical for the health of your practice. DDS rescue goes that extra step […]