Each day at Jefferson, data is generated, collected and stored every millisecond. This sensitive information consists of business and financial plans, research studies, trade secrets and other competitive intelligence, and patient and employee information. As this information is processed, warehoused and electronically transmitted across our internal networks, there is an obvious risk of unauthorized access and security breaches from careless internal errors or intentional external attacks. Jefferson’s challenge is to determine how best to protect this information.
Read more about our Information Risk Management efforts through our current news below or by navigating on the left hand side of this page.
IS&T Downtime Procedures and Security Policies for Center City01/02/17
In light of the recent unplanned downtime, please take a few minutes and familiarize yourself with downtime policies.Security
Wave 2: SSO Enrollment Fair Dates Scheduled In October10/13/16
Single Sign-On (SSO) is being implemented in preparation for the Epic Wave 2 Go-Live. All clinical users who have received their new Jefferson ID badges need to “enroll” them. To make the enrollment process more convenient, the SSO deployment team is hosting enrollment fairs at Jefferson’s Main Campus, as well as Methodist and Jefferson Hospital for Neuroscience (JHN).Security Epic
Are you Cyber Savvy?09/14/16
In this age of the Internet, Cybercrime has become an epidemic. Criminal hackers target individuals, organizations, and governments for financial gain and bragging rights. Cyber criminals will try to take control of your computer by infecting it with viruses and malware, for the purpose of stealing your data, or to use your computer to launch attacks against other computers and networks. The IS&T Security team continues to spread awareness about being “cyber savvy.”Security General