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How AI-powered analytics can help reduce costs associated with OCR investigations

A health data breach is always stressful, no matter the size of the breach or organization. Upon discovering that a breach has occurred, the healthcare organization must painstakingly assess the scope of the breach and its impact on the organization and affected patients. In addition to this assessment, if the breach affects more than 500...

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What AI can (and can’t) do for healthcare security and privacy

The cybersecurity and privacy field is currently in the midst of an “AI moment,” where every vendor, expert, and article about the future of cybersecurity describes how artificial intelligence (AI) is transforming operations and will continue to change the way cybersecurity and privacy professionals work. However, it seems that AI has taken on the...

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Three lessons learned from recruiting for a rapidly growing team

It seems like we welcome a new hire to the Protenus team almost every week. We’ve grown more than 100 percent in the last year, bringing our team to more than 50 members strong — and we’re still growing. During this period of rapid growth, we took time to evaluate our initial progress and assess what has gone well and where we could improve our...

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What people operations means to Protenus

Early stage companies get a lot of advice about how to build a successful team, and hiring someone to head up Human Resources (HR) isn’t usually at the top of the list. But regardless of the size, industry, or stage of growth, every company can benefit from a thoughtful approach when it comes to the human element of business.

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Listening, transparency, and trust in customer success

“True listening is hearing the needs of the customer, understanding those needs, and making sure the company recognizes the opportunities they present,” said Frank Eliason, Director of Client Experience at Citi. At Protenus, this mindset leads the way. In fact, we rely on insight from our customers, not only to improve, but to innovate. On the...