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58% of Health Care Organizations Don’t Require Vendor Security Certifications

October 11, 2018 | Content Aggregator - Single Slides | Vendor and Partner Management

Security certifications provide third party validation of security practices. Only 42 percent of health care organizations hold the security certification of their software vendors. A larger percentage, 58 percent of organizations, are not holding vendors accountable for meeting minimum acceptable security standards.


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