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Henson’s Healthcare & Patient Privacy Network InfrastructureComputer Networking (CS635-1902A-01)Henson’s Healthcare & Patient Privacy Network Infrastructure Lauren RussellIndividual Project 2April 17, 2019Instructor: Gregory GlenhornRefurbished from CS651 – 1503B – 01 & IT697-1604B-01; Professor Bret Wilson & ProfessorJames Stewart; Computer Systems Security Foundations & Information Technology Capstone. Iwill use this to gather all of your information for my organization1
Henson’s Healthcare & Patient Privacy Network InfrastructureTable of ContentsWeek 1: Distributed Network Requirements Analysis............................................................................3Organization Description...................................................................................................................................3Company Size & Location.................................................................................................................................3Electronic Records..........................................................................................................................................4Picture Archiving and Communication System (PACS)......................................................................5Authentication..................................................................................................................................................6Week 2: Communication Protocols Analysis and Recommendations...............................................7Web-based Application/ Medical Data Safety.............................................................................................8Data/File Sharing..................................................................................................................................................8HTTPS Protocol....................................................................................................................................................9SFTP Protocol.....................................................................................................................................................10DICOM Protocol................................................................................................................................................10Week 3: Network Traffic Analysis and Recommendations (TBD)...................................................12Week 4: Network Design and Architecture (TBD).................................................................................13Week 5: Future Needs Analysis and Recommendations (TBD)........................................................14References:..............................................................................................................................................................152
Henson’s Healthcare & Patient Privacy Network InfrastructureWeek 1: Distributed Network Requirements AnalysisOrganization DescriptionHenson’s Healthcare & Patient Privacy (HHPP) is a public organization that is a storage place for medical records for all of the medical facilities in Alabama. The organization strives to provide additional storage space to health care facilities that are looking for long-term storage of their medical records. Organizations come to HHPP for help with additional storage of their medical records and health information. Company Size & LocationThe organization is currently located in Mobile, AL and in the process of building another location in downtown Montgomery, AL. The staff in the Mobile location consists of 105 personnel with a variety of attributes to make this organization work to the best of its ability. With the large amount of demand place on health record storage and security, itis important that HHPP stays reliable and also up to speed with the demands and safety and security regulations. 3
Henson’s Healthcare & Patient Privacy Network InfrastructureIn 2014, it was document that from 2009 until 2014, there were 29.3 million patient medical records that were involved in a data breach (McCann, 2014). There was an increase of 138 percent in the number of medical records that were breached from the year 2012. With this large number of breaches, 22 percent of breaches were because of unauthorized access and 35 percent was due the loss of computer or other devices that housed encrypted information. The actual hacking of information accounted for six percent of the breaches (McCann, 2014). It is important that patients and organizations understand the role they play in protecting patient information. Technology has created new ways to communicate and share information from provider to patient and from one provider to another. The different breaches show that there are multiple areas for concern

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