STANDARD OF CONDUCT:
PROTECTION OF HARRIS HEALTH NETWORK AND ELECTRONIC DATA

OUR COMMITMENT

We are committed to maintaining and protecting the confidentiality of proprietary and private information regarding our workforce members and operations.

YOUR RESPONSIBILITIES

  • To never share your password or credentials with anyone for any reason. This includes sharing passwords or credentials with Harris Health’s Information Security Information Technology department.
  • To be vigilant in detecting possible phishing attempts and other cyber threats. This includes not clicking on links from unknown sources or senders.
  • To ensure that sensitive information sent outside the organization is done using proper encryption methods.
  • To ensure that any new products, software, or applications have been properly assessed by Harris Health’s Information Security for potential risks prior to purchase and installation on Harris Health’s network.
  • To report any suspicious cyber activity to Harris Health’s Information Security department immediately. This includes an unsolicited telephone call or email request asking for your password and/or username from anyone, including a Harris Health workforce member. You can report suspicious activity by email to the Information Security department at Infosec@harrishealth.org

FAQs

What are the types of electronic data that Harris Health must protect?
Electronic patient health information (ePHI) and electronic workforce member information, such as information stored in Peoplesoft and credit card data.
I am really excited about a new software product that will help me do my job better, and it is very affordable. Can I purchase it and download it to the Harris Health network?
Yes, BUT you must first have a risk assessment completed by Harris Health’s Information Security department.