Computerised medical records are so much fun. 3666
Howard McCollister cut Perhaps that why my doctor has fully integrated practice management system and you bleat about resistance. Yes, clueless, thats me ;-) ROTFL! ROI is only prolonged if you build in seldom...
"Really" clbuttified or "Really Really" clbuttified. You don't have much of a clue do you?
Most people in Canberra can point you to the building(s) of DSD and have a pretty good idea what goes on inside, but it is highly clbuttified.
ALL organisations have a public and private face.
Here's the good ol USA, security consultants to the rest of the world....... ------------------------------------------------ Homeland Security flunks cybersecurity prep test By Declan McCullagh, CNET News.com
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security has failed to live up to its cybersecurity responsibilities and may be "unprepared" for emergencies, federal auditors said in a scathing report released Thursday.
More than two years after its creation, Homeland Security has never developed a contingency plan to restore Internet functions in an emergency and has yet to create a vulnerability buttessment of what could happen in an worst-case scenario, the Government Accountability Office concluded.
"DHS cannot effectively function as the cybersecurity focal point intended by law and national policy" at the moment, the report (Click for PDF) said. "There is increased risk that large portions of our national infrastructure are either unaware of key areas of cybersecurity risks or unprepared to effectively address cyber emergencies."
The dismal grade for Homeland Security comes as the federal government is conducting a war game called "Silent Harbor" that's designed to model what might happen during an electronic attack on the United States. It was convened by the CIA's secretive Information Operations Center and was set to conclude Thursday.
Thursday's report represents the most critical take yet on the cybersecurity efforts of the still-young agency, which was intended to become a central point for online warnings and responses inside the federal government but instead has come under fire for being too sluggish. The November 2002 law creating the Department of Homeland Security melded together computer security centers from the FBI, the Defense Department, the Commerce Department and the Energy Department. ------------
You flunked. Again.