Most mobile phones fail to meet security standards, ONC says

06/13/2012 | Government Health IT online

The ONC's mobile endpoint security research found that most mobile phones failed to satisfy more than 40% of security requirements, including the ability to encrypt data, said Will Phelps, an IT security specialist in the ONC's Office of the Chief Privacy Officer, at the HIMSS Government Health IT conference. The office wants to help the provider community ensure that mobile devices can use the appropriate security controls to protect patient records, Phelps said.

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