Justin Armstrong, Security Architect, MEDITECH

Justin Armstrong is responsible for the security of MEDITECH applications and platforms, including coordinating critical updates to MEDITECH software and communicating with customers when questions arise about MEDITECH’s security stance. Justin stays up to date on evolving security standards and regulations, best practices, threats, and software vulnerabilities by remaining active in the security community inside and outside of MEDITECH. He is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and a proud member of the FBI’s InfraGard program as well as (ISC)2, ISSA, the Cyber Health Working Group (CHWG), OWASP, EHRA Privacy and Security Workgroup, and the NH-ISAC. Justin earned a Bachelor of Science in Physics and a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. He obtained his Masters in Information Security Leadership at Brandeis University.
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Recent Posts

Modernizing and staying secure in the changing field of health IT


“The only constant is change” has never been more true than it is today. Technology has advanced rapidly in recent years; adoption of technology has increased dramatically; and meanwhile, regulatory bodies struggle to catch up.

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Topics: Security, Interoperability, Meaningful Use

How nurses can immunize your organization against cyberattacks


Every day, nurses collect and analyze information to ensure that patients are getting the right care at the right time. That same preventative approach is critical to improving cybersecurity at the point of care.

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Topics: Security, Nursing, Big Data, Patient Safety, Healthcare IT

Cybersecurity: 5 ways to keep your EHR data as safe as your patients


The hacking business has hit retail establishments, financial institutions, and now, more than ever, healthcare. It can get overwhelming when you see headlines of healthcare organizations getting attacked with ransomware, malware, viruses, loss of patient records, and all sorts of cybersecurity breaches.

The potential solutions and vendor options to protect your organization can cost a lot of money and can be overwhelmingly technical. What can you do? While it’s not possible to have absolutely perfect cybersecurity, here are 5 simple ways that can help you keep patient data safe.

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Topics: Security, Transformative Technology