Desain Kerangka Kerja Manajemen Risiko Keamanan Informasi Berdasarkan Kajian Risk Profiling pada Sektor Kesehatan

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Amalia Fitri Dewi
Yohan Suryanto

Abstract

The healthcare sector is currently becoming one of the paramount targets for cyberattacks. The utilization of information technology in the healthcare sector triggers the emergence of its varied vulnerabilities. Information security risk management is considered one of obligatory jobs for healthcare sector organizations. This study aims at constructing an information security risk management framework in the healthcare sector based on a study of its existing risk profile. This research employed qualitative method. Based on risk profiling results, the healthcare sector had two critical assets, namely electronic health records and connected medical devices or Internet of Medical Things. These assets had high sensitivity, however, had numerous vulnerabilities that were prone to exploitations. In order to overcome this, an information security risk management framework consisting of four stages is proposed, namely Risk Profiling, Risk Level Assessment, Risk Treatment, and Monitoring. Risk Profiling is a vital stage in the risk management process. At this stage, an analysis is performed to produce an overview of the information security risk profile resulted from critical assets owned by the organization and the condition of cyberspace in the information security in the healthcare sector. The proposed framework is cyclical as the risk profile in the healthcare sector is dynamic. Thus, monitoring changes in the organization's risk profile is imperative.

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How to Cite
Dewi, A. F., & Suryanto, Y. (2022). Desain Kerangka Kerja Manajemen Risiko Keamanan Informasi Berdasarkan Kajian Risk Profiling pada Sektor Kesehatan. MULTINETICS, 8(1), 1–16. Retrieved from https://jurnal.pnj.ac.id/index.php/multinetics/article/view/4532

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