2022-11-20 at 9:56 pm #39154
I haven’t had any experience with system administration. However, as a user, I saw a gap in the system of the hospital where I worked. The hospital’s Picture Archiving and Communication System (PACS) uses extremely easy-to-guess passwords such as 1, 1234, or 0000. This increases the risk of the patient’s personal information being leaked because everyone in the hospital can easily guess the password to enter and retrieve information from the PACS.
In order to prevent the risk of breaching the information confidentiality. I think hospitals should improve access restrictions by setting up strong passwords and educating users on computer security literacy.