5 Promising Enterprises in the Future

5 Promising Enterprises in the Future

The analysis in the previous year’s data, as well as the government agenda as well as the global and national economic conditions is an important consideration that you should know.

Entrepreneurial trends are now mushrooming in Indonesia. There are so many people who are vying to be successful entrepreneurs. Young people know even beginners do not seem to want to miss. They are encouraged to develop the business world and earn a big profit for the achievement of common prosperity.

One thing that concerns in determining a business is seeing the prospects of the business whether it can last long or seasonally. But unfortunately not a few of the business actors still ignore this.

You certainly do not want to experience the same thing well now until the future, because it is important to be able to see the prospects of the business you will choose whether to promise for the future or just a booming business season like franchises or fractions that tend to be big fast but if the consumer is bored then the business becomes withered.

For Indonesian entrepreneurs increasing the cost of electricity and fuel is currently very high. As a result, imported products from abroad are continuously flooding the domestic market.

Bad threats that occur to local entrepreneurs are very large, especially if the business opportunities developed less competitive, it would be rolled bankrupt mats as well as several textile mills that close because of cheap imported clothing from China.

But at least there are still some businesses whose potential is still very good in the future, which we can develop because of potential market competition is still quite small. What are the promising business opportunities?

5 Promising Enterprises in the Future
1. Culinary Business

 

Culinary business is a business field that there is no death, from month to month to year to year.

Why? because food is a basic human need that can not be released. But to be able to survive in the culinary business is also required creativity and innovation continue to take care. The more creativity about the culinary you have, the more customers are always curious about the culinary menu that you serve.

What kind of culinary opportunities? You can run like making snacks, opening catering, tent stalls, etc. Do not forget to be consistent and never give up in running this culinary business.

If the food menu served has a delicious taste, your business name will also spread by itself. The culinary business itself has several categories, ranging from snacks, drinks or staples. All of these have good prospects, depending on how you pack them.

2. Business Business Online

5 Promising Enterprises in the Future

The best other business opportunities of all time are related to the internet. The growth of internet users in Indonesia is a new business potential worthy to be reckoned with.

Even with since Facebook and Twitter make Indonesia including internet users of the world’s top five. With an online business opportunity will be very good if developed on social networking. Although there is already Facebook and other sites, but sites that are local will better understand the desires of its users in Indonesia.

You can run the business. Like opening an online fashion store, selling in , or service of writing website content and others.

3. Tourism Business Sector

 

Indonesia’s potential that has the most beautiful tourism in the world makes tourism from year to year continues to increase.

With the large number of local and foreign tourists who travel will certainly create new tenants to meet the needs of tourists during the trip. Thus, the opportunities for future business and success in tourism are still very open.

4. Business Field of Fruit Plants

 

Why cultivation be one of lasting business opportunities? The reason is simple, because there are so many who need but few who do.

You can see for yourself in real life, fruit crop enthusiasts are very much. Conversely, fruit cultivators are still very little because it takes patience and patience to run this business.

5. Education Sector

 

Education is the main capital for the development of every nation. Because of the importance of education for a nation, and it turns out that the existing facilities in Indonesia are still minimal you can take advantage of this opportunity.

There are so many categories in the education business that you can use.

Almanac: The “Father of Streamlining”

Almanac: The “Father of Streamlining”

And now a page from our “Sunday Morning” Almanac: November 5, 1893, 124 years ago today – Day One for the man called “The Father of Streamlining.”

For that was the day Raymond Loewy was born in Paris.

An award-winning model airplane designer while still a boy, Loewy moved to the United States after World War I, and went to work.

He transformed the railroad locomotive and the Greyhound bus. He designed modern sewing machines and popcorn machines … and filled his home with his own creations.
Book excerpt: Art Garfunkel’s “What Is It All but Luminous”
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In this excerpt from his new memoir, “What Is It All But Luminous: Notes From an Underground Man” (Knopf), singer Art Garfunkel writes of his early fascination with radio, rock ‘n’ roll, and a fellow classmate named Paul Simon .

Watch Rita Braver’s interview with Art Garfunkel on CBS ‘”Sunday Morning” November 5!

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On Saturday mornings, in 1953, in Keds sneakers, white on white, I took my basketball to P.S. 164. We played half-court ball, three on three. Or else I listened to Martin Block’s Make-Believe Ballroom on the radio. I loved to chart the top thirty songs. It was the numbers that got me. I kept meticulous lists – when a new singer like Tony Bennett came onto the charts with “Rags to Riches.” I watched the record jump from, say, # 23 to # 14 in a week. The mathematics of the jumps went to my sense of fun. I was commercially aware through the Hit Parade, as well as involved in the music. Johnny Ray’s “Cry,” the Crewcuts’ “Sha-boom,” Roy Hamilton ballads, “Unchained Melody” reached me. Soon the Everly Brothers would take me for The Big Ride.

As I entered Parsons Junior High where the tough kids are, Paul Simon became my one and only friend. We saw each other’s uniqueness. We smoked our first cigarettes. We have retreated from all other kids. And we laughed. I opened my school desk one day in 1954 and saw a note from Ira Green to a friend: “Listen to the radio tonight, I have a dedication to you.” I was aware that Alan Freed had taken this subversive music from Cleveland to New York City. He read dedications from teenage lovers before playing “Earth Angel,” “Sincerely.” When he played Little Richard’s “Long Tall Sally,” he left the studio mic open enough to hear him pounding a stack of telephone books to the backbeat. This was no Martin Block.

Maybe I was in the land of payola, of “back alley enterprise” and pill-head disc jockeying, but what I was was that Alan Freed loved us kids to dance, romance, and fall in love, and the music would send us. It sent me for life. It was rhythm and blues. It was black. It was from New Orleans, Chicago, Philadelphia. It was dirty music (read sexual). One night Alan Freed called it “rock ‘n’ roll.” Hip was born for me. Chuck Berry, Jerry Lee Lewis. Bobby Freeman asked, “Do you want dance, squeeze and hug me all through the night?” and you knew she did.

I was captured. So was Paul. We followed WINS radio. Paul bought a guitar. We used my father’s wire recorder, then Paul’s Webcor tape machine. Holding rehearsals in our basements, we were little perfectionists. We put sound on sound (stacking two layers of our singing). With the courage to listen and cringe about how not right it was yet, we are going to record.

We were guitar-based little rockers. Paul had the guitar. We wrote streamlined harmonies whose intervals were thirds, as I learned it from the Andrews Sisters to Don and Phil and floated it over Paul’s chugging hammering-on-guitar technique. It was bluesy, it was rockabilly, it was rock ‘n’ roll. We took “woo-bop-a-loo-chi-ba” from Gene Vincent’s “Be-bop-a-lula.” We stole Buddy Holly’s country flavor (“Oh Boy”), the Everlys’ harmony (“Wake Up Little Susie”). Paul took Elvis’s everything (“Mystery Train”). As Paul drove the rhythm, I brought us into a vocal blend. We were the closest of chums, making out with our girls across the basement floor. We showed each other our versions of masturbation (mine used a hand). “The Girl for Me” was the first song we wrote – innocent, a pathetic “Earth Angel.” In junior high we added Stu Kutcher and Angel and Ida Pellagrini.

All the while, I did a lot of homework, the shy kid’s retreat. My geometry page was a model of perfection. Anything worth doing is worth doing extraordinarily well – why not best in the world?

Excerpted from “What Is It All but Luminous” by Art Garfunkel. Copyright © 2017 by Art Garfunkel. All rights reserved. No part of this excerpt may be reproduced or reprinted without permission in writing from the publisher.
Industrial designer Raymond Loewy transformed locomotives, automobiles and household appliances into objects of unparalleled beauty. LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
On the CBS show “Person to Person” in 1956, Loewy described his design philosophy: “I felt it was my duty to try to do whatever I could to introduce a little bea

How to Transition into a Digital Tracking Solution

How to Transition into a Digital Tracking Solution

Although we live in the digital age, there are still a lot of organizations that are wearing about the transition to using their digital and mobile solutions to help run their businesses. Many of these organizations are still relying on outdated paper based solutions and even RF (radio frequency) devices to manage their inventory and shipment tracking. These old systems require additional labor and work hours put into manual filing and paperwork that can slow down organizational efficiency and be costly for the business. In today’s world we have so much technology available at our fingertips that it does not make sense to anyone to use it.
The big questions is, “How do I transition my business into the digital world?” And the answer to this question can vary from business to business, and from industry to industry, but there are several points that always remain the same.

 

Adapting your existing business model to a digital one can be difficult – there are a lot of moving parts that need to be aligned and take some additional tinkering to perfect. It can also be a costly venture off the start, but it will save your business a lot of time and money in the run, so updating your logistics management system is crucial for businesses.

One key thing for anyone, who is looking to upgrade their systems is to capitalize on technology. Smartphones are universal today – everyone has one, and for the most part people using Android or IOS run phones. Business managers should look to seize this opportunity and integrate an app based logistics management solution that can help with their inventory and shipping needs.

One thing that all operations managers need to keep in mind when updating their TMS or other shipping management systems to a new digital platform is that it is not just about replacing what take care of more tasks and help your business run more efficiently. It will take time and patience to fully adapt a new digital system in your business, but in the end it will pay itself back and your business will be better off for it.

Uber passenger recalls ride with Sayfullo Saipov days before NYC attack

Uber passenger recalls ride with Sayfullo Saipov days before NYC attack

NEW YORK – Damian Erskine, a 34-year-old British graphic designer, came to the United States with his girlfriend last weekend to attend a friend’s wedding in New York. Little did the couple know that the Uber they ordered Oct. 26 from Newark International Airport would be driven by Sayfullo Habibullaevic Saipov – the man who is now facing federal terrorism charges for killing at least eight people with a rented pickup truck in lower Manhattan on Halloween.

Saipov was registered as a driver for both Uber and Lyft.

Erskine described Saipov as “very friendly” and “a perfectly normal guy.” He said Saipov took the bags from Erskine’s girlfriend (who declined to be interviewed) Toyota Minivan – where the truck for the attack was rented.

A look at Saipov and the Uber route he took for Erskine and his girlfriend. CBS NEWS
Saipov was chatty during the ride, which lasted more than an hour on the way to Rockaway in New Jersey. He talked about real estate prices in Manhattan versus London and spoke admiringly about Range Rovers, saying he hoped to own one someday, Erskine recalled. Saipov disclosed that he was also a truck driver and mentioned a trip where he drove from New Jersey to California.

Erskine thought he seemed “totally, totally normal.”

“You get a vibe from someone … there is definitely something that seems to be there,” Erskine said.

Damian Erskine CBS NEWS
Erskine says Saipov did not mention religion or politics during the ride ride and that he was not critical of the United States in any way. They did not talk about where Saipov was from or how long he had lived in America. Erskine thought Saipov spoke very good English with not much of an accent.

The couple returned to the U.K. on the morning of Oct. 31 – the same day as the deadly rampage in lower Manhattan.

“The day we landed was what we had in the World Trade Center,” Erskine said. “It’s a really weird feeling.”

It was not until Wednesday, after watching coverage on BBC News, that it was not an hour in a car with the suspect. He checked his Uber receipt and confirmed the name was a match. He says he contacted U.S. authorities in Britain and reported his experience to investigators.

Truck plows into pedestrians in NYC attack
He remains shaken by the close encounter with a man government say bragged about killing people in the name of ISIS.

“When people talk about radicalization and that kind of thing … it’s that ability to live a normal life, when how much is an act,” Erskine said. “But what is it that makes transition from being the friendly polite person to being the murderer? That transition should be the focus.”

Erskine said that he physically felt sick after learning of the attack that left two Americans, five Argentines and a Belgian dead.

“Just repulsion really,” Erskine said. “You think, was there anything you might have a flag?” I know there was not. That’s the worst part … you could have done anything because you could have made a phone call. ”

“I could spend the next week dwelling on the ‘what ifs’ and ‘hows,'” he said. “It’s not going to change anything.”

Choose Calvin Klein Men’s underwear, as you deserve it

Choose Calvin Klein Men’s underwear, as you deserve it

That’s when we cleaned our bags and sharpened our pencils and embraced the new season with open arms. Even after all these years we still find ourselves with the mentality of coming back to school coming autumn, and cleaning up our underwear drawers has become a seasonal quest.
Last weekend while throwing a gray boxer again, I realized the only pairs of cull fighters were my favorite Calvin Klein boxer. While we do not advocate spending money that you do not have, spending a few extra pounds for men’s underwear, where the suitability and quality of the ingredients are important, will pay dividends in the long run. We are talking about a comfortable and flattering piece and a timeless design. One of the brands covering all these bases is the iconic Calvin Klein men’s underwear.

Choose Calvin Klein Men’s underwear, as you deserve it

3 Reasons We Love Calvin Klein’s Underwear

– The fabric composition is the best on the market: A mixture of cotton and elastane (95% / 5%) makes Calvin Klein boxer the most comfortable underwear; whether you are sweating in the gym or sitting at a table, they will not rub or chaff. The amount of cheap elastane widened without feeling like you were wearing compression shorts but helping the cloth feel softer than just pure cotton.

– They’re super comfortable …… Boxer Calvin Klein’s men are equipped with the softest belts that are not itchy or dug so they sit perfectly at the waist all day. They support around the pockets in a way that emphasizes your masculinity but does not make you look like a male stripper.

– They persist: With years of experience, Calvin Klein’s male boxer has been designed to stay afloat. You will assume that by 2017 your falling inequality problem will not be a problem, but oh how wrong are you later. Buy cheap in your danger chapter …

So that’s it. Lower the eight packs of shrink-wrapped breeders and make a path for good stuff; Your girlfriend will thank you

To help you on your journey to have the best wardrobe in men’s underwear, underu.com offers a 10% discount on Calvin Klein’s men’s clothing throughout the week using the ck10 code. Choose Calvin Klein Men’s underwear, as you deserve it

Challenge Accepted: Issues Facing Legal Marketing Teams

 

Have you spent time in or around the legal profession? If so, you ‘ve probably heard your fair share of lawyer jokes.

Unfortunately, most jokes about lawyers do not paint attorneys in a great light. The underlying assumption is that lawyers are, at best, boring and, at worst, crooks.

So, when it comes to developing a marketing campaign for a law office, marketers have their work cut out for them. Prospective customers already have preconceived notions about lawyers.

A good marketer’s job will be to undermine those assumptions and show the value of sound legal advice.

Let’s take a closer look at some of the challenges facing marketers for legal teams. Once we identify the challenges, we can develop a strategy for overcoming them.

The Legal Marketing Industry is Fairly New
For most consumer products, marketing and advertising have been around for a long time. This is not the case with the legal profession.

State bar associations once considered it unethical for attorneys to promote their services. This standard stayed in place until the 1976 Supreme Court case Bates vs. State Bar of Arizona. In this case, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of lawyers’ rights to advertise their services in a truthful manner.

Since that ruling, lawyers have had the same liberty to advertise as any other business. While this created new opportunities for lawyers, it also means that there is a history of legal marketing strategies to draw on.

This foundation challenge presents different difficulties for legal marketers.

Clients Lack Knowledge of the Legal Industry
Every marketer struggles with customer education to some extent. But this is especially challenging for marketers in the legal industry.

Usually, when a person needs a lawyer, they are in a vulnerable position. Perhaps they’re getting divorced or making a personal injury claim.

To reach clients in these situations, marketers must communicate the value of an attorney. Additionally, they must set the clients at ease, and help them develop trust in the legal team.

A great way for lawyers to meet this challenge. Strategies like blogging and social media engagement can be effective. These approaches make knowledge of the legal industry accessible to customers.

Technology has Shifted Marketing Strategies
Another challenge facing legal marketers is adapting to evolving marketing practices.

Let’s look at an example. In the past, if someone wanted to find a Charlotte criminal lawyer, they would probably start with the yellow pages. Or, they would talk to folks in their personal network, and look for recommendations.

Times have changed. These days, most folks would use a search engine as their first approach to finding an attorney.

So, in order for lawyers to get clients, they need to make sure that clients can find them. This means building a robust online presence that will find and connect with.

Are you ready to start working on a marketing campaign for your legal team? Then sign up today for a free account with ArticleCity. You’ll get access to marketing tools and resources used by successful marketers across the country.

How To Choose The Perfect Kitchen Island

 

Finally it’s time to get rid of the horrible nineties wallpapers and tear off the linoleum floor you’ve hated since you moved. You have been waiting for now. Now it’s time you finally get the kitchen island you deserve.

As the focal point of the room, this island will have a big impact on your space. You need to consider your options carefully, paying attention to the size and materials that make the most sense in your kitchen.

When you choose an island there are several important factors to think about. Keep reading to find out what you need to know so you can choose the perfect kitchen island.

Deciding What You Need on the Island Kitchen
The first factor to consider is whether the child will use space or not. An island can make a great place to do homework. You can be across the room cooking dinner, easily answering questions your child may have.

If there will be children you should consider adding a kind of bar to allow them to sit on the island comfortably.

The height of the kitchen island

The most important factor associated with your island will be its height. You will want to consider the height of your children, but also know that they will grow. Unless you need an easily accessible kitchen, you should buy an island of average size, 36 inches.

If you want people to sit on your island, you’ll want to make things a bit higher. Note that it is advisable to choose a bar seat at the same time as your island if you plan on owning it. It can be difficult to find the style you like in the right size after the fact.

If you want to check to make sure your island is the perfect height visit the Sacramento kitchen showroom. By looking at the options personally, you will have a better idea of ​​what you want to buy for your home.

Wood Or Metal

Based on whether you choose the look of wood or metal, you will give your kitchen very different shades drastically.

The metal is very easy to clean and can give the kitchen an industrial and professional look. You may start asking all your friends to start calling you a chef. This is a practical choice which, if observed, will last for many years to come.

Wood, on the other hand, needs to be treated in a certain way before you can clean it easily. You will want to decide whether you intend to use the surface as a cutting board before making a decision about treatment.

Considering Bacteria

If you choose a wood surface, you should recognize the fact that it could harm the bacteria easily if the lining is damaged. You will want to make sure that you buy a high quality product to ensure your family’s health remains safe.

Additional Storage

When redesigning your kitchen, you should try to maximize your storage space. An island is an opportunity for you to have a customized cabinet without having to really consider the layout of the room. You can make room for whatever you want from a small hidden door to a wine cooler on the island.

Conclusion
If you renovate the kitchen you should consider installing a kitchen island. There are many options on the market, so make sure you consider what materials best suit your needs.

What You Can Learn From Adult Ads Marketing

 

The adult entertainment is worth around $ 15 billion The exact number is unknown due to the fact that much of the industry remains under the covers.

It did not get that way by sitting around allowing customers to find it. It worked its assets off. It stayed ahead of the industry, technology, market trends and consumer preferences. It was willing to go where others would not go.

What can you learn from adult ads? Let’s take a closer look.

1. Interact in Real Time
Many businesses treat social media ads and posts as a 1-way form of communication. But that’s like taking the “social” out of social media.

Social media is a 2-way and sometimes a 3-way, 4-way or whichever way communication.

In order to participate, you need to be present. Interact with customers in real time.

In the adult industry, this often includes:

Live video feeds that allow real time messaging
Scheduling 1-1 phone calls with fans
Making ads interactive
Appearing at strip clubs
Sending adult ads based upon behavior not just demographics (remarketing)
Offering live behind the scenes footage with fans commenting and interacting
User-generated content.
2. Get an Intimate Understanding of Your Demographic
We know that we’re supposed to know our target audience and create content around them.

But adult ads show that they know their audience intimately. They think outside the box and really work to connect with people in a meaningful way – no holds barred and everything out on display.

As businesses, we’re often scared to scratch the surface. We do not want to alienate some to connect with others.

But if you do not really understand what your target is and what is the motion of the goggles.

3. Do not Be a One Trick Pony
Ah, the adult industry! They’re always diversifying and exploring new ways to make money.

Are your marketing strategies hyper focused on one product or element of your business? Maybe it’s time to branch out. Take a page from the book of adult ads.

An actress may start may start out a certain type of video. She continues to expand her repertoire. As she continues to brand a product, escorts, appearances, private Skype sessions, exclusive parties, etc.

She leverages her brand awareness to continue the expansion, strengthening her brand through consistency and knowing what her fans want.

4. Embrace Innovation
The adult industry remains on the cutting edge of technology.

When electronic payments first emerged, they were on it. When big data took over marketing, they were ready to go.

If we take a long trip back to the dawn of Internet marketing, they are the first to use pop up ads.

Geo-location software? There’s so there.

And the list goes on. Through it, they’ve flourished online and beyond.

Do not let your marketing campaign get stuck in a rut. Stay current on what’s new and adapt.

Adult Ads Now and into the Future
What will they think of next? How will they continue to keep people coming back for more? We shall see. And you may want to steal a page from their playbook for your own marketing efforts.

How to Travel Like a Local in the Dominican Republic

How to Travel Like a Local in the Dominican Republic

We know your traveler type.

You bring the same appetite with street food as you would bring to an upscale restaurant.

You’d rather find your way to the beach (or museums, shops, restaurants, etc.) Instead of going with a tour.

You will receive suggestions from each guidebook at any time.

Bottom line: You are enticing local flavors. You want to travel like a local.

And you have chosen the right place. The Dominican Republic offers some of the friendliest people, the best food, the loveliest beaches, the widest selection of accommodation and the most diverse activities in the Caribbean.

Here’s what you need to know to enjoy it all.

When to go
No bad moments.

June to December, roughly, is the hurricane season, and some resorts close in October. But assuming no storms, temperatures are stable, rooms are discounted and crowds are smaller.

March to July is the shoulder season.

Santo Domingo on the southern coast is likely to see frequent short rains that continue through October. And the day can be windy. But the temperature was comfortable. May and June will see some cloudy days with occasional afternoon showers.

Mid-December to February and the week before Easter is a high season, which means higher prices and larger beach crowds.

(Note that water sports are banned all over the country for the week before Easter).

What to Pay and Where to Stay
You will find accommodations in almost every price and category range, from all-inclusive resorts and Dominican Republic villas to budget hostels and hotels.

Within the budget range, you can earn about US $ 60 per person per day, including hotel room or dorm for one person, food, and transportation via local motor taxi (motoconchos) and minibus (guaguas).

In mid-range, the average daily charge amounts to US $ 110- $ 150, including first-class bus transportation between the city and entertainment including a guided tour.

With a luxurious budget, the average daily cost is usually north of US $ 200 for luxury hotels or all-inclusive resorts and upscale dining.

The local currency is a Dominican Republic peso, so do not forget your currency conversion calculator.

And do not worry about the 28% service charge that is usually affixed to your restaurant bill; that includes a 10% tip (although you can add more).

In the same way, the hotel builds up with service charges, albeit a few U.S. dollars. per night for housekeeping will always be appreciated.

Where to go and what to do
Beach

Most resorts have beaches. But in a country famous for its beaches, you can do much better with a little traveling.

The most calm waters are the islands on the south side of the island. The beaches in Punta Cana, La Samana, and Puerto Plata are in the Atlantic and the water tends to be slightly rougher, especially between December and February.

In particular, Boca Chica is a beautiful white sand beach, just a few miles east of Santo Domingo. But its proximity to the city is also its biggest deficit, as Boca Chica tends to be very crowded with families from the city.

Juan Dolio beach a few minutes further east is quieter. And there are many alternatives, including beaches in the small town of Las Terrenas, Cayo Levantado near Samana Bay (accessible by boat only), El Rincon beach and – to a beautiful coral reef and great diving – Playa Cofresi.

Wherever you go, remember that on Sundays, easily accessible beaches tend to be more crowded with the locals.

But the Dominican Republic is more than just a beach.

Capital city

Santo Domingo is the state capital and cultural center. The hotel has museums, parks, upscale restaurants and street food, music and nightlife.

Colonial City is a historic area that is very fascinating.

And Malecon, a seafront promenade, is the perfect place to drink at sunset in one of the many hotels, casinos and restaurants overlooking the Caribbean.

Outback

Unlike some of the Caribbean’s famous destinations for their beaches, the Dominican Republic also has lush mountains and forests.

Mount Isabel de Torres is famous for spectacular city views and a cable car ride to the summit. There are also steep hiking trails if you are feeling adventurous.

Cascades of Damajagua showcases a series of ponds and waterfalls. The ascent to the summit is very heavy and you may need help. But the result is an exhilarating tease back down.

Sportfishing is also a major entertainment in the Dominican Republic, and some operators operate zipline adventures and canopy tours in the jungle.

Take Security to Your Own Hand and get a HIPAA Risk Assessment

 

If your organization deals with protected health information, or PHI, the Department of Health and Human Services requires you to perform risk analysis as the first step to implement the safeguards specified in the HIPAA Security Rule, and ultimately achieve HIPAA compliance.

This includes all HIPAA hosting providers.

But what is a risk analysis? And what should be really included in your report?

The Health and Human Services Standards Guide outlines the nine compulsory components of risk analysis.
By conducting a comprehensive HIPAA risk assessment, it is very difficult to do on their own. You may want to contract with HIPAA auditors to help you.

Most people do not know what to find out, or they end up passing things because they do not understand data security.

If risk analysis is important to your security, then you do not want to ignore the key elements in the analysis.

There are nine components that health organizations and health-related organizations that store or transmit protected electronic health information must be included in their documents:

1. Scope of Analysis

To identify your scope – in other words, the area of ​​your organization you need to secure – you need to understand how the patient’s data flows in your organization.

It covers all the electronic media your organization uses to create, receive, maintain or transmit portable media, desktop and ePHI networks.

There are four main parts to consider when determining your scope.

Where PHI starts or enters your neighborhood.
What happens after that in your system.
Where PHI leaves your entity.
Where potential or leakage exists.
2. Data Collection

Here is a list of places to get you started in the documentation where PHI enters your neighborhood.

Email: How many computers do you use, and who can log in to each?
Text: How many mobile devices are there, and who owns them?
EHR entry: How many staff members are included in the data?
Fax: How many fax machines do you have?
USPS: How are incoming mail handled?
New patient paper: How much paper does the patient have to fill? Do they do this at the front desk? Test room? At another place?
Communication business associates: How do business partners communicate with you?
Database: Do you accept a marketing database of potential patients to contact?
It’s not enough to know where PHI started. You also need to know where to go when you enter your neighborhood.

To fully understand what is happening with the IRC in your environment, you should record all hardware, software, devices, systems and data storage locations that touch the IRC in any way.

Then what happens when the IRC leaves your hand? It is your job to make sure it is transmitted or destroyed in the safest way possible.

Once you know all the places where PHI is placed, transmitted, and stored, you will be better able to protect those vulnerable places.

Identification and Document of Potential Vulnerability and Threats

Once you know what happens during the PHI’s lifecycle, it’s time to find a gap. This gap creates an environment for unsecured PHI to leak inside or outside your environment.

The best way to find all possible leaks is to create a PHI current diagram documenting all the information you find above and putting it in a graphical format.

Viewing diagrams makes it easier to understand the PHI path and to identify and document anticipated vulnerabilities and threats.

Vulnerability is a defect in components, procedures, design, implementation, or internal control. The vulnerability can be fixed.

Some examples of vulnerabilities:

The website is incorrectly encoded
No office security policy
The computer screen is in view of the public patient waiting area
Threats are the potential of a person or object to trigger a vulnerability. Most threats remain outside your control to change, but must be identified to assess the risks.

Some examples of threats:

Geological threats, such as landslides, earthquakes, and floods
Hackers download malware to a system
The actions of members of the work force or business associates
Again, even if you are above average in terms of compliance, you may have little understanding of vulnerabilities and threats. It is important to seek professional help for your HIPAA risk assessment.

Assessing Current Security Measures

Ask yourself what kind of security measures you take to protect your data.

From a technical perspective, this is the case