Smart Linux Solutions for the Intelligent Edge

A device designer faces many choices when determining how to architect an embedded solution. The Linux operating system offers faster innovation with artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning, high levels of security, standards that are common across all industries, flexibility and adaptability for many use cases, and cloud-native and DevOps support.

But it doesn’t come without challenges. Is it worth it to invest in supporting Linux for several years? What about the number of common vulnerabilities and exposures (CVEs) that come up constantly throughout the product lifecycle?

Learn how purpose-built embedded Linux distributions can provide the smaller footprint, longer support lifecycle, and high reliability necessary for the intelligent edge.

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Embedded Linux Impact: Optimizing to Meet Market Requirements

Embedded Linux is fueling the new connected intelligent systems paradigm. The embedded software market is estimated to grow at 7% CAGR during 2021–2027, with a projected value of $21.5 billion in 2027 (Global Market Insights).

Don’t miss out on how to develop, deploy, and service your intelligent edge Linux solutions.

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From Prototype Through Post-Deployment: The Linux Journey

Yocto Project–based Linux will be the OS of choice in embedded's migration to open source over the next three years in all markets (VDC Research, May 2020).

Quality and speed will be must-haves. Success will mean focusing on what you do best and leaving the undifferentiating OS design, development, and maintenance to your embedded Linux service provider.

Learn when and why to partner on the design, development, and maintenance of Linux technology, and what makes Wind River® unique in Linux lifecycle management.

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From Prototype to Post Deployment: Linux Decision Points

In the embedded industry, the lifecycle of a Linux product can last 5, 10, or even 15 years or more, so the decisions you make now and along the way will impact speed, quality, and resources for years to come. They can also create technical debt and directly impact future scalability, profitability, and the overall success of your project.

This e-book walks readers through the Linux Decision Points journey and touches on key considerations throughout development. Questions to consider include: What is your business strategy for open source leadership? Unique code contribution? Delivering a service? Or building an innovative product?

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Purpose-Built Linux for Embedded Solutions

The explosive growth of the Internet of Things (IoT) is just one of several trends that is fueling the demand for intelligent devices at the edge. Increasingly, embedded devices use Linux to leverage libraries and code as well as Linux OS expertise to deliver functionality faster, simplify ongoing maintenance, and provide the most flexibility and performance for embedded device developers.

This e-book looks at the various approaches to providing both Linux and a build environment for embedded devices and offers best practices on how organizations can accelerate development while reducing overall project cost throughout the entire device lifecycle.

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Accelerating Patient Payments

Patient A/R is an ever-increasing focus for many practices. Deductibles alone have changed the game as they've ballooned over 200% in the last decade. You can't guarantee payment, but you can improve your patient financial experience and (in turn) collect more, faster. We'll discuss the following strategies to accelerate your cash:

  • Introducing the financial component earlier in the revenue cycle.
  • Communicating with patients through modern platforms.
  • And digitizing payment channels.

By increasing patient financial transparency you'll not only accelerate payments and collect more, you'll also improve the patient experience. This will lead to a happier patient base, a broader referral network, lower A/R, fewer balances going to collections, and a highly efficient team focused on outstanding balances.

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The ROI of Proper Denials Management and Prevention

Sixty-nine percent of industry leaders reported an increase in denials in 2021—a 13% increase, on average, from last year. It’s no surprise denials have increased with the problems you have to tackle such as a lack of RCM team resources, high rates of attrition, an increasing backlog, and use of substandard technology. In our upcoming webinar, we’ll discuss how to properly manage your denials through the following strategies:

  • Capture the low hanging fruit of revenue leakage.
  • Identify the root cause and eliminate costly back-end work.
  • Improve your revenue cycle process to reduce the error rates.

By improving how your team handles denials, you can not only fix your current denials and get your practice the revenue it deserves, but also prevent them from happening in the first place. You can make 2022 one of your best revenue years, yet!

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Breaking Down the No Surprises Act

The "No Surprises Act" went into effect on Jan. 1, 2022. This new legislation addresses medical billing issues at the federal level and establishes transparency and patient protections against surprise medical bills.

In our webinar, we'll discuss everything you need to know about the new law such as:

  • Understanding what it entails and why
  • Advice on compliance*
  • Easy-to-use solutions

By the end of this session, you will have a better understanding of what the No Surprises Act entails, advice on how to stay compliant, and easy-to-use solutions to save you time.

* Not legally binding

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Managed Microsoft Sentinel – Detection & Response

From users, to apps and devices, to servers on any cloud, see and stop threats before the damage is done. Be it data theft, ransomware, fraud or information governance, all organisations have their own security risks. Managed Azure Sentinel is the industry-leading solution for businesses to protect against all forms of cyber threats and attacks.

This datasheet shows how SecurityHQ security analysts are experts in advanced analytics and threat hunting, detection, and response.

The benefits of SecurityHQ's Managed Sentinel service include:

  • 24/7 Monitoring and Detection of Threats powered by real-time analytics and Enterprise-Grade & Gartner leading SIEM Technology.
  • Improved Speed of detection and response. SLA provides detection, analysis & notification within 15 minutes of a critical event.
  • Reduced Cost and Complexity and up/ Downscale Effortlessly.
  • Access to Global Security Analysts on demand.

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Global Threat Landscape 2022 Forecast

2021 saw a massive spike in threats, of all types, across the globe. Being more proactive with regards to security measures and processes, rather than reactive, means staying ahead of the growing threat landscape. Knowing what is out there and what threats are likely to hit in 2022, based off an analysis of what we have seen throughout 2021, means that methods to contain and mitigate can be put in place in order to remediate and mitigate attacks.

Watch SecurityHQ’s very own Security Monitoring and Incident Response Lead, Aaron Hambleton and Security Analyst, Nikhil Mohanlal, discussing some of the greatest threats of 2021, trends that developed throughout 2021, what we learnt from these threats and attacks, and what that means for 2022.

Learn About:

  • The greatest threats of 2021, and
    what that means for threats and security measures in 2022.

  • Explore notes from the field, with real life case study examined.

  • What to do in the event of an attack, and recommendations for safeguarding.

  • Delve into the growing threat landscape head-on, for complete visibility and peace of mind.

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Global Threat Forecast 2022

Throughout 2021, in every part of the world, cyber security threats increased, challenges grew, and in the face of uncertainty, organisations did their best to mitigate against attacks that were new and destructive. But what these adversities provided, was a glimpse into the development of threats of the future and how, from our experiences throughout this last year, we can learn from the approaches seen, to better safeguard the people, processes, and data of 2022.

As a global MSSP, SecurityHQ had full visibility of threats as they evolved during 2021, and of the large campaigns and threat groups as they developed. This paper will discuss some of the evolving threats, the prevalent actors, the industries targeted, and what that means for threats of 2022, as well as to provide some of the solutions, recommendations, and actions to combat and mitigate against these threats.

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Guide To Monitoring Third Party Risks

Every organization will, at some point, have to collaborate with different entities such as clients, vendors, suppliers, and specialists to ensure business continuity, however, this extends an organization's perimeter, increasing the probability of your network getting exposed to cyberthreats.

Read this guide to learn more about:

  • Impact of threats from Related Party Interactions (RPIs).
  • Why RPIs need to be monitored.
  • Best practices to monitor threats from RPIs.

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Cybersecurity Outlook For 2022

A majority of the global workforce has started returning to the office and it looks like 2022 is set to be a year of hybrid work. That said, it will also bring with it a wide range of network security challenges.

Our e-book, Cybersecurity outlook for 2022, provides insights on the changing cyber landscape, evolving security threats, and emerging attack patterns. It also provides a walk-through of different cyberattacks that happened in 2021 and what security administrators should look for in 2022 to avoid similar incidents.

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