Podcast interview with Phil Lieberman, CEO of Lieberman Software


Lieberman Software provides enterprise solutions for security and systems management. Its emphasis is on Privileged Identity Management solutions, which protect all-powerful administrator accounts from being compromised. The company has historically focused on the financial services and government markets. Lately, with the increasing penalties for health care organizations that lose control of patient information, they are building a successful practice in health care.

In this podcast interview, CEO Phil Lieberman talks about the similarities and differences between health care and other market segments, how to strike the right balance between accessibility and security of data,  the particular security challenges of smaller health care organizations as they shift into the digital era, and the fairness –or lack thereof– of laws that penalize health care entities for data breaches even when those organizations are not culpable.

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