By Brad Spannbauer – The healthcare industry is under constant threat from hacking and cyber-attacks. High volumes of valuable data, stored on systems with lapse security controls, make a welcoming proposition for data thieves.Read More
By Trenton Baker – The healthcare industry has seen its fair share of ransomware attacks over the past year, with six of the top ten breaches in 2017 a direct result of a malware attack.
On this virtual panel discussion industry leaders discuss and share their thoughts and insights on the impact of cybersecurity on healthcare organizations. Topics for discussion…
By Art Gross – Ransomware dominated the healthcare industry in 2017, with six of the top ten breaches reported to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services a direct result of the malicious software.
By Art Gross – Billion-dollar EHR company Allscripts has fallen victim to a ransomware attack, which began on Thursday, January 18 around 2:00 am EST. By 6:00 am EST, the ransomware attack was full-blown requiring Microsoft and Cisco’s incident response teams to be called upon for assistance.
By David Holtzman JD – New data reporting on the incidence of malware and ransomware incidents in healthcare find that the majority of physicians are experiencing cyberattacks while many fear they are in the line of fire for future attacks.
By Art Gross – Cyberattacks only happen to large corporations because they hold the most personal and sensitive data, right? Wrong. While the media often leads us to believe cyberattacks are only occurring on high-profile organizations holding a lot of data, the statistics show us otherwise.
No business or organization is immune from the threat of unexpected shutdown due to natural or man-made disasters. Monster storms in the south, wild fires…
By Art Gross – Cybersecurity company Malwarebytes recently released findings from their Second Annual State of Ransomware Report, which provides us with some important insight on today’s state of digital security.