[R] [External Email] R Software Risk Analysis

Christopher W. Ryan cry@n @end|ng |rom b|ngh@mton@edu
Fri Jun 19 05:47:52 CEST 2020

I use R every day with pretty sensitive data in my county health
department. Of course, this is for manipulation and analysis of data
pulled from their sources, not for interacting directly with, or
updating, patient records in any clinically operational sense. As others
have said, the structure and security of the overall computing
environment is what matters most.

--Chris Ryan

Wait, Kristin wrote:
> HI all,
> I am with a NYS major trauma center and all programs that our employees/providers use must be vetted through the IT Department by way of a Risk Analysis.
> Is there someone I would talk to about this?
> I scoured your website and could not find a specific person.
> Thank you so much
> Kristin Wait
> Albany, NY
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