Date of Award
Program or Major
Master of Science
This exploratory study provides a means for evaluating and rating Telecare medical information systems in order to provide a more effective security solution. This analysis of existing solutions was conducted via an in-depth study of Telecare security. This is a proposition for current biometric technologies as a new means for secure communication of private information over public channels. Specifically, this research was done in order to provide a means for businesses to evaluate prospective technologies from a 3 dimensional view in order to make am accurate decision on any given biometric security technology. Through identifying key aspects of what makes a security solution the most effective in minimizing risk of a patient’s confidential data being exposed we were then able to create a 3 dimensional rubric to see not only from a business view but also the users such as the patients and doctors that use Telecare medical information systems every day. Finally, we also need to understand the implications of biometric solutions from a technological standpoint.
Whitman, Ramon Andrew, "INFORMATION SECURITY: A STUDY ON BIOMETRIC SECURITY SOLUTIONS FOR TELECARE MEDICAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS" (2016). Master's Theses and Capstones. 1084.