Data Security Requirements of the Medical Information System

: pp. 267 - 280
xneelo (Pty) Ltd, SA
Lviv Politechnik National University, Department of Information Systems and Networks

This document presents the conclusions and insights regarding the requirements for an information system project and its secure component in the context of cloud technologies and the QMS project. It emphasizes significant factors contributing to the project's success, including the necessity to deliver tangible value, ensuring global access to resources, and the use of advanced security technologies. The document discusses the role of aspects such as SSL connections, reliable authentication and authorization mechanisms, password encryption, and CSRF tokens. It also focuses on the importance of constant system updates and high data availability. Ultimately, analyzing the implementation of these requirements in the Quality Medical System (QMS), the document illuminates how, through intensive integration with various third-party services, QMS successfully addressed the defined challenges, providing a high-quality, scalable, and adaptable service.

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