Sentara Healthcare, a 130-year-old health system, turned to Imprivata’s PatientSecure technology to manage patient identification across its expanding network. The technology generates a single biometric identifier for each patient, allowing for accurate identification and linking of medical records. Since implementation, Sentara has enrolled over 750,000 patients and achieved over 2 million authentications, improving patient safety and experience. Sentara advises other organizations to ensure consistent messaging and education about the technology and to understand workflows and patient flow for successful implementation.
Iran-based hacking group APT34 has launched a new cyber espionage operation, according to cybersecurity firm Trend Micro. The group has been infecting victims with the