Imprivata Blog

  • Chip LeBlanc
    July 23, 2008

    The term 'security policy' used to mean different things to different people. For the facilities management department, it covers physical access points and teaching staff to lock office doors and file cabinets before leaving for the night. For the IT manager, it means keeping up to date with...

  • David Ting
    July 16, 2008

    Managing the Increasing Vulnerability of a Decentralized Workforce

    More and more companies today are enabling employees and partners to work remotely, accessing networks, data and applications from just about anywhere to be productive. Being productive is good. Behaving less responsibly...

  • David Ting
    July 2, 2008

    Users from temporary staff all the way up to the corner office complain about ‘drowning in security.' Why does it take four more passwords to open an email at work in some cases than to check a bank balance via the home PC? The things that make a car safe - airbags, safety glass, crumple zones...

  • David Ting
    July 1, 2008

    The merger between RxHub and SureScripts has garnered extensive coverage - here,here and here, among others. This is a huge step forward for standardizing on, and speeding the adoption of, electronic prescriptions. It is significant progress, and the latest of many advancements the healthcare...

  • David Ting
    June 25, 2008

    I've had a few conversations lately tied around the topic of the insider threat in the financial services arena, so I figured I'd scan around the Web to see what's out there and came across an interesting InfoWorld article. Though it is from last Fall, it hits on a number of concerns that are...

  • David Ting
    June 19, 2008

    There's a lot of news and opinions on the web as the blogosphere continues to grow. As a result, the web can be overwhelming on one hand and full of wonder on the other as you sort and click through the rabbit hole of conversations on the other side.

    In light of this, I thought I would...

  • David Ting
    June 11, 2008

    Insider threat is among the biggest challenges security folks face in 2008. The perimeter is dissolving with increased reliance on distributed computing and the mobile workforce, making it more difficult than ever to put up definitive walls around the enterprise. It's a simple reality that we...

  • David Ting
    June 5, 2008

    Just a quick post to congratulate OhioHealth's CTO Jim Lowder on being named to InfoWorld's CTO 25, a short list of visionaries recognized for their industry leadership and technological...

  • John Clark
    June 1, 2008

    Having spent last week at the 2008 International MUSE (Medical Users Software Exchange) Conference in Grapevine Texas - the 25th annual gathering of clinical and technical users of Meditech software - I was delighted to see SSO is such a hot topic among this group. There were five customer...

  • Rik Van Bruggen
    May 28, 2008

    I work in the field for Imprivata, working with customers day in, day out. And the single most heard question I get relating to our products is: 'which authentication technology should I use'. Fingerprint? Yeah that's good, I will never forget my finger, right? Or a prox card? Even better,...