Issues in the security of medical data present a greater challenge than in other data security environments. The complexity of the threats and ethics involved, coupled with the poor management of these threats makes the protection of data in clinical practice problematic. This paper discusses the security threats to medical data in terms of confidentiality, privacy, integrity, misuse and availability, and reviews the issue of responsibility with reference to clinical governance. Finally. the paper uncovers some of the underlying reasons for the underestimation of the threats to medical data by the medical profession.
|Number of pages||6|
|Publication status||Published - 2005|
|Event||3rd Australian Information Security Management Conference, AISM - |
Duration: 30 Sep 2005 → …
|Conference||3rd Australian Information Security Management Conference, AISM|
|Period||30/09/05 → …|