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Shon Barrier, Vice President of Research & Development

Shon brings real-world hospital experience to his role as Vice President, Research and Development. Prior to joining iatricSystems in 2005 Shon was a developer for a North Carolina hospital. Shon’s role at iatricSystems has included leading the Information and Technology Services team, in addition to serving as iatricSystems Security Officer. With now more than 22 years healthcare IT experience, Shon brings his knowledge, leadership, and passion to serve the customer, to lead the research and development team that develops software products.

5 Ways to Be Cyber Smart

When you think of October, you likely think about spooky season. Ghosts, witches, black cats, and monsters galore. But in the world of technology, there’s not much scarier than the overwhelming gloom of a potential cyber threat. So, it makes sense that Cybersecurity Awareness Month would also take place in October. Instead of sending shivers through your spine with scary stories of breaches and ransomware threats, we’ll skip to the good part. We’re here to help you #BeCyberSmart by offering actionable advice and tips you can use to improve and prioritize your cybersecurity efforts right now.

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Online Remote Security Tips for Families

With most of us now working from home, and kids doing school from home, our worlds look a lot different than they did a couple of months ago. We were all thrown into the scenario of remote working and learning, and while a lot of us work in secure IT environments at our on-site work location, there are some good reminders and actions you can and should take to protect your family online at home too.

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How Multi-Factor Authentication Solves Healthcare Security Challenges

You’re only as strong as your weakest… passwords? Security experts revealed that as cybercriminals continue to develop better tools for cracking passwords, the strength of your password doesn’t really matter.

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