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Como centralizar a emissão de laudos de exames por imagens?

Por Riane Vilela

A evolução dos exames por imagens 2D e 3D tem contribuído de maneira significativa com os diagnósticos e tratamentos de diversas doenças, e certamente representa um caminho sem volta no dia a dia de clínicas e hospitais. Entretanto, expõe alguns desafios importantes na sua implementação e operacionalização.

Os sistemas mais conhecidos que aplicam essas tecnologias utilizam um repositório de imagens centralizado, como o PACS (Picture Archiving and Communication System), que é acessado pelos profissionais através da infraestrutura de rede local. Ou seja, os profissionais que utilizam essas imagens, na grande maioria dos casos, devem estar na mesma unidade onde o exame foi gerado para poder acessá-lo. Caso contrário, sofrerão com quedas de comunicação, indisponibilidade e lentidão, podendo colocar em risco a integridade do exame devido ao possível comprometimento do arquivo. Isso se deve ao grande volume de dados gerados em exames como esses, que são consolidados em arquivos que chegam facilmente a mais de 500MB.

O que pretendo destacar em relação ao volume de dados armazenados, que podem chegar aos Petabytes ao ano, é a escalabilidade dos recursos tecnológicos para garantir a disponibilidade, confidencialidade e desempenho que viabilizem sua utilização mesmo em localidades remotas, utilizando circuitos de comunicação de longa distância, trazendo maior eficiência na utilização não só dos recursos tecnológicos envolvidos, mas também – e principalmente – de recursos humanos.

A disponibilidade de profissionais capacitados e aptos para a emissão de laudos e análises baseados em exames por imagem é algo crítico na estrutura de atendimento de saúde. Assim, a centralização dessas análises e emissões de laudos é extremamente desejada; é preciso que os exames por imagem feitos nas diversas unidades estejam disponíveis remotamente aos profissionais que atuarão em sua análise com total confidencialidade e na velocidade esperada.

Para que isso seja possível, devemos olhar também para as comunicações de longa distância entre as unidades nas quais as imagens são armazenadas e a localidade onde estes profissionais estarão alocados para realizar seu trabalho. Normalmente, a primeira e mais utilizada forma de viabilizar esta comunicação atendendo às premissas já citadas é o investimento em novos circuitos de longa distância ou o incremento de suas capacidades de forma que respondam a tais premissas; entretanto, esta abordagem eleva os custos, além de não ser escalável para acompanhar a demanda crescente.

Com a evolução da tecnologia para transmissão de dados em longa distância, conhecida como SD-WAN (Software Defined Wide Area Network), por meio de diversas técnicas que possibilitam a combinação de múltiplos circuitos de longa distância de diferentes meios e/ou fornecedores, é possível balancear a carga de tráfego entre unidades remotas com base em políticas orientadas à identificação da aplicação que deve ser priorizada, além de mecanismos para correção de erros e a aceleração do tráfego, mesmo entre as localidades mais remotas do país, garantindo a integridade e segurança das imagens.

Como resultado, temos um impacto positivo nas operações das instituições de saúde e soluções que agregam real valor aos usuários.

*Riane Vilela é Engenheiro de Sistemas de Rede da Aruba

Gauging through Scope: Global Network Access Control (NAC) Solutions Market, 2020-26

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SolarWinds
Barracuda CloudGen Firewall
ForeScout
SAP
Sophos
Juniper Networks
Bradford Networks
InfoExpress
UserLock
Cisco
Symantec
Trustwave
SafeConnect
HPE

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Barracuda CloudGen Firewall
ForeScout
SAP
Sophos
Juniper Networks
Bradford Networks
InfoExpress
UserLock
Cisco
Symantec
Trustwave
SafeConnect
HPE

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A importância do segundo fator de autenticação

UserLock makes it easy for a business to enable two-factor authentication on Windows accounts, managed by Active Directory. Watch how UserLock works with YubiKey – the hardware security keys manufactured by Yubico.

YubiKey offers users an easy and secure second factor of authentication

In addition to mobile authentication and Token2, UserLock now partners with Yubico to offer companies the chance to use YubiKeys to protect their Windows Active Directory users. Once 2FA is activated by the administrator within UserLock, enrollment for using the YubiKey is intuitive and simple for users to do on their own.

YubiKey detected MFA
  • Plug the YubiKey into the USB port of their computer
  • Login as normal
  • UserLock automatically detects a YubiKey is connected
  • Press the YubiKey to enter the validation code
  • UserLock now programs the YubiKey & updates the button to ‘Success’.
  • To verify, the user just presses the success button and touches the YubiKey.
    (A 6-digit code is displayed and the operation completed)

For all subsequent logins:

  • The user plugs the YubiKey into a USB port
  • The user logs in
  • UserLock requests the authentication code
  • The user simply touches the YubiKey button, the edit box will display the associated 6-digit code.
  • In order to logon, The user clicks “Verify and continue”.

Customize MFA with UserLock & YubiKey

UserLock makes it easy to customize the frequency for YubiKey authentication.

mfa workstation connections

You can also customize the circumstances by connection type (local logins and RDP sessions), by RDP connections that originate from outside the corporate network and by workstation and/or server connections.

MFA YubiKey UserLock Outside

In addition, you can combine with UserLock’s own restrictions based on the login context, to further secure all user access. Transparent to the end-user they create an additional barrier to any attacker but don’t impede employee productivity. They also allow administrators to be more confident in customizing 2FA controls that avoid prompting the user for a second authentication each time they log in.

Secure On-Premises Active Directory Hosting

UserLock is installed on your own on-premise environment to offer maximum security and can be administered from any workstation remotely. With no internet connection needed, user authentication is possible just about everywhere.

So if you are looking to protect Windows logins beyond a simple password, download now the fully functional free trial of UserLock. See for yourself how easily you can enable two factor authentication to all your Windows Active Directory users.

Fonte: https://www.isdecisions.com

Find where a user is logged on in a domain

To detect where your users are logged on in real-time, watch this 2-minute overview of UserLock. It will also show you how to react and respond to any login, direct from the UserLock console, and how to start controlling and restricting how your users can connect.

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Real-Time Visibility

UserLock allows you to see and react in real-time to all user activity across your network. The intuitive console gives you real-time information on user habits such as currently active and locked sessions, users with multiple sessions and connections to web applications such as Outlook Web Access.

React & Respond to Access Activity

From the console, you can interact with your users by sending a pop-up message to an open session. You can also perform daily tasks such as logging off an open or locked session. For helpdesk requests, you can easily identify where the user has an open session and remote desktop into that machine, to troubleshoot the issue.

Report on all Session History

You can right-click on a specific user to access some quick reports such as the session history, where you can see all the connections of that user for the last 30 days. You can customize your reports by selecting a predefined one under the reports tab. Simply enter the criteria you’d like to add such as session types, a specific group of users, as well as a time frame. You can choose to schedule this report or launch it in real-time. And here I see all the connection attempts for those users during that time.

Report on Working Hours

You can use the working hours reports to see how long your users are connected throughout the day. This report quickly shows you the users first and last connection of the day as well as total active time. Use the dynamic filters below to search for users’ first logon after a certain time for example or those with the total session time of under 8 hours. Click print data to export the report as proof of users total working hours including active versus locked time.

Control Access Restrictions

To manage who connects to your network, create a protected account for a user, group or OU from your Active Directory to put in place access policies that secure your environment without disrupting your users. To comply with security policies you can limit your users to a maximum amount of concurrent sessions. Then use the workstation restrictions to further reduce your attack surface by allowing these users access to a specific computer OU from your Active Directory.

So that’s how you can manage access policies across your network while monitoring and protecting all connections with UserLock.

A Free Fully Functional 30 Day UserLock Trial

Don’t take our word for it, download now the fully functional free trial and see for yourself how easily UserLock can help you identify and manage all logins to your domain.

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Login Logout Time Tracking for Employees

With more and more organizations allowing flexible work hours and users working remotely, it is increasingly important to be able to manage and monitor employee’s working hours.  Being able to track not only login and logout times, but lock and unlock activities a manager can obtain an accurate view of how their employees spend time at their computer and view an attendance report per user.

The access management and security software UserLock can help you do this and more. By also applying restrictions on when, how and where an employee can login, an organization can also control connection times and force logoff when outside of authorized hours.

Why do you need attendance monitoring?

There are many different reasons for accurately tracking employee hours.

Human resources needs

It can be a question of wanting to control the working time of the employees in order to value overtime, or to ensure daily, weekly, monthly or annual maximum working time thresholds are respected.

Compliance/litigation needs

For several countries, regulations insist that the employer must keep documents available that can demonstrate the working hours performed by each employee.

In the event of a control from the labor inspectorate or a dispute with an employee, the employer must be able to explain and justify the working hours for the company. This will allow them to show that they respect the rules relating to the various limits defined in the matter, the allocation of rest days, the compensation for work on public holidays and/or non-working days, etc…

Information security needs

This is about monitoring user connection times to detect suspicious access times. In the event where compromised credentials are used to logon at 3 a.m. on a Saturday morning, a notification on this access could alert the IT team that an attack is possibly underway.

Employee login logout software

To manage and react to employees’ attendance, overtime thresholds, productivity and suspicious access times, UserLock offers detailed and interactive reporting on users’ connection times.

These reports allow you to better manage users’ connection times, and provide accurate, detailed data required by management.

reports are available:

Working hours history:

Overall view of users working hours by day.

Working Hours History

Working hours by week:

More detailed analysis of your users’ working hours, illustrating clearly the user’s daily activity.

Working hours by week

Working hours by month:

A broader view of the hours worked, highlighting the total active and locked session time.

Working hours by month

Unauthorized working hours:

Report on connection times outside of what is defined as the authorized working hours.

Unauthorized working hours

Discover UserLock’s new reports:

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Going further by limiting connection times

If you want to avoid paying overtime, make sure that your employees respect certain working time quotas or even avoid suspicious access, you only have to limit connection times.

With UserLock, you can limit access to specific time limits. Set connection time restrictions, maximum time quotas, and force logoff automatically outside of authorized hours.

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Centauro

Os paulistas acabam de ganhar mais uma loja da Centauro, com um novo e inédito formato na Av. Paulista.  Provadores inteligentes, caixas móveis e experiencia de bikes são apenas algumas das novidades.  A SYMMETRY Informática muito se orgulha de fazer parte desse time inovador.  Viabilizamos a solução Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Enterprise Company além da parceria com a LAB3 DVLP para prover serviços de Captive Portal (o Ctrl Spot).  A Centauro pode assim atender seus clientes com maior conforto, provendo uma estrutura de WiFi sólida, com excelente experiência para o usuário (algo inédito e diferenciado) e em total conformidade com o Marco Civil da Internet e a nova LGPD. Aos nossos amigos da SBF Centauro desejamos MUITO SUCESSO. Contem conosco para tornar essa nova realidade um sucesso na experiência dos clientes.

Aruba Delivers the First and Only Family of Wi-Fi CERTIFIED 6™ Access Points

Last fall, the Wi-Fi Alliance announced their Wi-Fi CERTIFIED 6™ program which is designed to ensure that Wi-Fi 6 capable devices meet the highest standards for security and interoperability. Certification ensures reliability and service quality that cannot otherwise be delivered by other products available in the market today.

Well I’m happy to share today that Aruba leads the industry with the official certification of all the Aruba 500, 510, 530, and 550 Series Wi-Fi 6 access points!

Undergoing certification is our commitment to customers that Aruba wireless networks can interoperate with Wi-Fi 6 client devices with no technical impact to your business. This also ensures that user experience is unaffected – which is critical as iPhone 11, new Galaxy S20 and Galaxy Note 10 (the top 3 selling phones in the world) – now support Wi-Fi 6.

But in order for all these new mobile devices to realize the benefits of Wi-Fi 6, the network needs to be ready. Let’s look at what Aruba has to offer in terms of Wi-Fi 6 today.

Aruba’s Market Leading Solution

Interest in Aruba Wi-Fi 6 has been astounding – not just from existing customers, but also from our new ones. Based on the most recent Q3 Wi-Fi 6 market share report from 650 Group, Aruba is the reigning market leader, with over 35% of global Wi-Fi 6 market share in terms of both product sales and shipments. Recent analyst reports also view Aruba favorably – the Forrester New Wave™: Wireless Solutions, Q3, 2019 and the 2019 Gartner Magic Quadrant and Critical Capabilities for the Wired and Wireless LAN Access Infrastructure have all placed Aruba as a leader in the networking industry.

Aruba’s Wi-Fi 6 portfolio has also grown tremendously to provide AI-powered capabilities and expanded IoT connectivity options to meet a range of customer use cases. Today, the portfolio includes the 500, 510, 530 and 550 Series to provide secure connectivity for a range of uses from entry-level to high-density environments.

Wi-Fi for the Future
There’s no doubt that IoT and cloud have had a major impact on the IT infrastructure and Aruba views Wi-Fi 6 as the critical industry mechanism to enable enterprises to tap into the full potential of their IT organizations to leap forward into a future where connectivity is not just high-performing, but seamless, immersive and experiential.

To learn more about Aruba’s Wi-Fi 6 capabilities, please visit our Wireless LAN portfolio page.

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Welcome to the 2020s: What Does It Mean for Your Data Center Network?

We’ve just kicked off a new decade and while it might not be as spectacular as a new millennium with all of the Y2K suspense from 20 years ago, a decade is still a significant period of time where technology can bring major changes to how we live, work and play. In particular, data center networks are now facing a major transition in this edge-to-cloud world we live in.

Data center evolution
Look back to the dotcom bubble and the evolution of the modern enterprise data center. We saw significant growth in data centers during the 1990s, driven by the need to power workloads across the World Wide Web – ahem – I mean the Internet.

Following the mass proliferation of data centers in the 1990s and 2000s, enterprises began their quest to consolidate those data centers and continue to do so today. In parallel, we saw the launch of AWS and the public cloud, which brought the hyperscale data center and another option for hosting enterprise workloads.

The 2020s will be all about the edge
As we enter the 2020s, it’s becoming apparent that another data center evolution is under way.

After two decades marked by centralization of compute and infrastructure, the pendulum is swinging back toward the edge. Digital transformation and the need to harness data from connected devices to create real-time, connected experiences at the edge is driving this paradigm shift.

According to Gartner, today 90% of data is created and processed inside centralized data centers or the cloud. But by 2025, about 75% of data will need to be processed, analyzed, and acted upon at the edge. With this swing, you should expect some changes to your data center.

First, expect traditional data centers to continue to shrink, due to higher density from hyperconvergence and also because workloads continue to move to the cloud.

Secondly, as more workloads are placed at “the centers of data” to optimize performance and costs, expect the emergence of “edge” data centers. Enterprise-owned data centers will likely consist of two types:

  1. A blending of traditional data centers and campus environments.
  2. Mini data centers with IoT-enabled environments, such as large manufacturing centers.

Last, as we continue to see more DevOps and agile practices from application teams, we will see more pressure on network teams to optimize around workload-driven operations.

Data center evolution in the edge to cloud era

Three networking requirements for the edge-to-cloud era
Change is imminent for the network, too, as you seek to balance the new requirements of edge data centers with growing use of cloud and your remaining on-prem footprint.

While you are likely already on your journey toward this new era of data center networking, here are three top considerations to keep in mind. In fact, these three requirements are applicable for any type of data center including private cloud, co-location, and edge.

1. Simplification through automation
Application teams continue to adopt DevOps and other agile methodologies to accelerate software development. To better support these teams and the business, expect networking operations to become far more automated and simpler than they are today.

What you’ll need are solutions that align with current and future operating models and existing investments. Look for turnkey automation to simplify common, yet time-consuming configuration tasks. For teams with more mature DevOps practices, extending common automation platforms like Ansible to network-related workflows will be a must. Finally, as we continue to see more DevOps and agile practices in application teams within IT, expect those practices to influence how the other organizations within IT function.

2. Actionable insights via analytics
There is perhaps no bigger resource drain on network operations than trying to troubleshoot issues. Having better network visibility is imperative to shortening MTTR, improving IT service delivery, and keeping short-staffed teams focused on more strategic matters.

Gaining network-wide telemetry, captured and processed natively on each node, will be a huge leap forward. These analytics with built in remediation will be instrumental in providing better network assurance and helping troubleshooters proactively identify or even preempt user- or business-impacting issues.

Predictive analytics can also help anticipate issues before they arise and also help with capacity planning efforts, especially during periods of high usage, ensuring the network is right-sized to deliver on user experience demands.

3. Always-on availability
Five 9s of availability is by no means a new data center requirement. However, you can argue that the need for highly resilient networks will only intensify in a digital era where even a minor hiccup has huge ramifications for the business.

Automating day-to-day operations will help improve uptime by avoiding human error. But what networking teams also need is a far simpler, more reliable way of ensuring high availability, while also delivering on the promise of non-disruptive upgrades. Having a cloud-native, microservices-based operating system will ensure added resiliency at the software level, and being able to orchestrate live software upgrades to eliminate maintenance windows will also be critical.

HPE + Aruba = Data Center Nirvana
Like previous decades, we’re not seeing a decline of traditional data centers, but rather an evolution. In this case, the emergence of edge data centers to power IoT and other digital initiatives at distributed business locations.

As your organization begins this latest transition, you won’t be alone. HPE and Aruba are leading the way in providing technology solutions for the data center with our CX portfolio.

Aruba CX Networking for the Evolving Data Center

Explore our data center networking solutions to see how we can help transform your data center once more.

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Empresa de cibersegurança disponibiliza todos os seus cursos gratuitamente

No total, são 24 cursos com certificação, os quais abrangem de conhecimentos básicos a níveis avançados na área de segurança da informação

A Fortinet, empresa de cibersegurança, disponibilizou gratuitamente todos os seus treinamentos, antes abertos apenas a parceiros, a quem quiser expandir seus conhecimentos na área. Em um cenário que torna os usuários mais suscetíveis a ameaças cibernéticas, o objetivo é diminuir a exposição de organizações e pessoas físicas.

No total, são 24 cursos que abrangem de conhecimentos básicos a níveis avançados de cibersegurança. Os módulos, em sua maioria provenientes do currículo oficial do instituto Network Security Expert (NSE) – programa de treinamento que fornece validação a profissionais técnicos em segurança de rede – serão gratuitos até o fim de 2020.

“O momento forçou muitas organizações a enfrentarem mudanças rápidas e novos riscos à medida que adotaram modelos de trabalho remotos. As equipes de TI estão sob pressão para proteger efetivamente suas empresas em ambientes altamente dinâmicos e que exigem extensas habilidades de segurança. Como uma empresa de tecnologia e também de treinamento, disponibilizamos todo o nosso catálogo de cursos avançados gratuitamente online e em ritmo personalizado, para que qualquer pessoa possa expandir seus conhecimentos e habilidades”, explicou John Maddison, vice-presidente executivo de produtos e diretor de marketing da Fortinet.

Reprodução

Os 24 cursos disponibilizados pela empresa podem ser cursados de acordo com a agenda individual. Imagem: Pixabay

Desde que passou a oferecer gratuitamente os módulos básicos NSE 1 e 2 e o curso avançado FortiGate Essentials no início de abril, a empresa vem recebendo, globalmente, cerca de uma nova inscrição a cada 30 segundos. Já são mais de 48 mil pessoas inscritas nos módulos básicos e mais de 14 mil no FortiGate Essentials.

Vale lembrar que os cursos podem ser realizados conforme a disponibilidade de cada pessoa e o único pré-requisito para acompanhá-los é a fluência em inglês. Os vídeos já disponíveis para visualização serão complementados com transmissões ao vivo, programadas regularmente com instrutores certificados pela Fortinet. Ao fim de cada módulo, os participantes receberão certificados.

Para aqueles que se interessarem, os cursos gratuitos poderão ser acessados via site da Fortinet

Fonte: https://olhardigital.com.br/