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.
Of the major threats that we see our customers presently facing, the most damaging of them is a breach of patient records. Unlike the cyber attacks that we read about regularly that center on elaborate, well-planned attacks perpetrated by a team of cyber criminals with […]
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 […]
DDS Rescue was developed a few years ago as an outgrowth of our local IT work here in Southern California. We continually ran into issues with our customers (all dental offices) having backups that failed or were blank. In every case the type of backup […]
Typically, when one thinks of the value of a business – dental practice or otherwise – one tends to think of the physical assets such as equipment, furniture and office supplies. Yet, with the growing reliance on technology and the Internet, intangible assets must also […]