By Ahsan Siddiqui – Healthcare data breaches reached a record high in 2021. Indeed, healthcare now sees more cyberattacks than any other industry. Fully one-third of all cyberattacks are aimed at healthcare institutions. Why? Because healthcare is a valuable and vulnerable target.Read More
By Paul Nadrag – As new variants emerge, COVID-19 continues to have healthcare providers’ top focus. Knowing this, criminals are using the pandemic as cover to inundate hospitals, health systems and other providers with surge after surge of cyberattacks.
By Dan L. Dodson – As National Cybersecurity Awareness Month kicks-off, here’s a look at a few types of attacks many cyber criminals are deploying against our healthcare ecosystem along with four ways every healthcare organization can leverage to mitigate and respond to the latest threats targeting healthcare.
By Art Gross – Bigger business, bigger problems, right? Not necessarily true when it comes to the cost of a cyberattack within the healthcare industry. A recently published survey brings unexpected results when it comes to comparing large and medium-sized businesses.
By Art Gross – Wolfe Eye Clinic is a healthcare provider located in Iowa. In business since 1919, they specialize in medical eye care and have 11 main eye care clinics across the state, and various other locations that offer treatments. In February of 2021, they were the target of a cyberattack when a third party attempted to gain unauthorized entry to the company’s computer network.
By Matt Fisher – It used to be that almost a day could not go by without the report of a phishing attack. Now seemingly a day cannot go by without a ransomware attack being reported. While phishing may be a route in, it is not the only way to get past an organization’s defenses.
By Matt Fisher – Continuing a hot streak in the fall of 2020, the Office for Civil Rights announced another HIPAA settlement with a business associate on September 23, 2020. The $2,300,000 fine was imposed on a business associate following a months long cyberattack that resulted in the exfiltration of data for more than 6 million patients.
By Christophe Dore – Healthcare is digitalizing more information and connecting more information systems than ever before to enhance patient care and operational efficiency, with the expectation the synergies between these systems will create additional value.
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