Cybersecurity Measures for Secure Transmission of Medical Data in Cancer Research


  • Nazim Khan Department of medical sciences, University of Malaya, Malaysia


Cybersecurity, Medical data, Cancer research, Secure transmission, Privacy


Abstract: This paper examines the critical importance of cybersecurity measures for the secure transmission of medical data in cancer research. As the volume of medical data exchanged electronically continues to rise, ensuring the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of this sensitive information is paramount. Through a comprehensive analysis of current cybersecurity threats, vulnerabilities, and best practices, this paper elucidates the strategies and technologies necessary to safeguard the transmission of medical data in cancer research. By implementing robust cybersecurity measures, healthcare organizations can mitigate potential risks, protect patient privacy, and advance cancer research efforts securely.