According to the 2021 HIMSS report, budget limitations, phishing attacks, and ransomware continue to threaten the healthcare industry.
As we start 2022, organizations need to do their best and prepare for future incidents. Here are five trends expected in the new year.
As healthcare expands its mix of in-person and online services, patient portals have become a port of entry for phishing and malware attacks.
There is a dangerous undercurrent running beneath many of the new healthcare-related technologies: cybercrime. Read how to protect against it.
The healthcare industry sector is increasingly the target of cybercriminals. Why is this happening, and what can we do to address it?
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The emergence of more coronavirus tracing apps brings some serious security challenges. Items are already being sold on the dark web.
Each day, healthcare organizations get threat actors banging at their digital doors on a hunt for sensitive information. Get protection.
The HIMSS survey data makes a strong case that healthcare organizations should increase budgets for enhancing cybersecurity.