2 November 2022
Best Practice in 3rd-party integration precedent
Best Practice Software encourages and champions for all practices to be cyber-security informed, educated, and vigilant of unapproved third-party requests for elevating database access.
The Optus and Medibank data breaches have left many health organisations scrambling to ensure their systems are safe and secure from unauthorised access.
Innovation within the health sector has birthed greater cyber security risks for general practice and primary care, with Australia’s health sector remaining the highest reporting industry sector, notifying 18% of all data breaches nationally between July and December 20211.
Best Practice Software launched a vigilance campaign last month to ensure all practices are aware of the risk of providing unauthorised database access to unqualified third-party applications.
“Recent events have served as a timely reminder that anyone can be the victim of cyber-crime,” said Lorraine Pyefinch, Bp Software Director, and Co-Founder. “It’s more important than ever for practices to review their processes to minimise risk to their patients and business.”
In 2019, Best Practice Software established the Bp Partner Network2, an assembly of organisations approved to integrate their solutions with Bp Software. The Partner Network cultivates strategic relationships which foster innovation and security for Bp customers.
With a stringent application process that requires Executive review and approval, the Bp Partner Network framework ensures practices have access to applications that support and add value to their patients without exposure to risk.
Best Practice Software encourages all practices to review the applications and tools used within their centres, ensuring applications installed within Bp Databases have been authorised by Bp Software through the Bp Partner Network.
Practices can consult Bp Software’s list of approved partners here.
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