Archive for April 2011
Axway’s Ruby Raley, Director, Healthcare Solutions on Health IT Exchange: “Secure file transmission in the age of health information exchange”

Ruby Raley, Director, Healthcare Solutions, posted a blog post today on Health IT Exchange, an online community that allows healthcare IT pros to ask questions, get answers, collaborate and exchange knowledge with their peers.

“Regardless of the type of file transmission you choose, you must ensure that your healthcare record exchange functions smoothly under all conditions. Your hospital and state medical infrastructure must not only function during something as simple as a loss of power or system outage; it must function during an epidemic. Planning ahead to build in buffers, and having the ability to process messages after an event trigger, are essential steps in creating a resilient system.”

Axway CSO Taher Elgamal Posts on DarkReading.com: “Kind of a Mess”

Axway CSO Taher Elgamal posted a blog post today on DarkReading.com, a news and information portal that focuses on IT security. Please take a look and share your thoughts!

“I’ve blogged previously about how, back in the early days of SSL, we tried to do client authentication, but our direction somehow went sideways and we were never able to pull it off. Since then, and especially over the past 10 years or so, a number of authentication companies have developed interesting technologies aimed at selling Internet service providers and enterprises a better technique than password-based authentication.”