Antivirus software. All workstations, laptops and other systems that process and/or 18 store PHI COUNTY discloses to CONTRACTOR or CONTRACTOR creates, receives, maintains, or 19 transmits on behalf of COUNTY must have installed and actively use comprehensive anti-virus software 20 solution with automatic updates scheduled at least daily.
Antivirus software. Owner shall deploy and maintain antivirus software to Stage 4 computer hardware upon connection to the DCS network. Subsystems shall use the subsystem manufacture’s recommended antivirus software. Owner antivirus software shall be Symantec Endpoint Protection version 12.1.6 (12.1 Ru6 MP10 Build 7445 12.1.7445.7000) or current Owner equivalent.
Antivirus software. Business Associate shall install a commercial third-party anti-virus software solution with a minimum daily automatic update on all workstations, laptops and other systems that process and/or store PHI.
Antivirus software. Even with the most aggressive policy of patching system software and deploying firewalls to help prevent the mice from sneaking in through the open door, some will squeak by. In those cases, organizations that go beyond Microsoft’s offerings and implement best-of-class antivirus measures can stop viruses before they spread – or at least slow them down enough to limit the damage they do. Microsoft does not offer antivirus software as such, but organizations can leverage Windows technologies to deploy such software, either through RIS (Remote Installation Service, for creating and distributing workstation images), Group Policy’s software distribution feature (for deploying updates), logon/startup scripts (also implemented via Group Policy), or all of the above. User and group rights and object permissions (discussed next) can also limit damage from unwelcome software intruders that bypass logon security.