Tag Archives: videoconferencing

A close read of the HIPAA Security Rule

HIPAA established the Security Rule to ensure that all covered entities have implemented safeguards to protect the confidentiality, integrity, and access of PHI. There are two types of implementation specifications: “required” and “addressable.”  Wherever the Security Rule reads “required,” that specification must be implemented; whereas, if it says “addressable,” there is some wiggle room in […]

Internet Security, a Daily Concern

Yesterday, the Syrian Electronic Army (SEA) hacked into Skype and Microsoft’s twitter account.  The twitter feed read, “Don’t use Microsoft emails (hotmail,outlook), They are monitoring your accounts and selling the data to governments.”  The same post also appeared on Microsoft’s twitter feed.  Both were swiftly removed.  In a statement today, Skype representatives said, “No user […]

SecureVideo For Any Professional

Did you know that SecureVideo.com is not just for people in the medical field that need to abide by HIPAA laws? The truth is, anyone looking for an easy, secure, low-cost video conferencing connection could use SecureVideo.  Our meetings are peer-to-peer.   That means your video session isn’t routed through any servers and it can’t be […]

How to make a High Quality Videoconference

By Jonathan (JT) Taylor, Chief Technology Officer SecureVideo.com From a human perspective, a good videoconference is similar to a good movie.  In a good movie, there is a “suspension of disbelief”, whereby the viewer–initially well aware of being seated in a movie theater and thus disbelieving of the reality of images appearing on the screen–eventually […]