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Information Security Requirements of Customized Mobile Health Applications

Mehmet Oguz.

The purpose of this study is to contribute to creating awareness of information security requirements in customized health applications. The study refers to how developing mobile applications affect information security in accordance with the developments in health informatics and evaluates the aspects of network and information security in the health-related systems as well as attacks and types of attacks.
Today, health information systems are modeled in integrated systems as application, control, tracking and warning systems. These systems have been turning into systems that collect private information as long as they have patients on one side. With this approach, the concept of mobility has become a must in systems because of the patient. Data communication can be performed from machine to machine (M2M) between the systems without the human factor. This ensures the communication of accurate and timely data.
This study contributes to health administrators’ awareness of information security in health with a different point of view.

Key words: Information Security;Mobile Health;Network security

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