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Healthcare Cybersecurity Vulnerabilities, What You Need to Know ?
July 10, 2021
LinkedIn Live Description
System Soft’s Cyber Security experts Mark Imhoff, VP Security & Enterprise Architecture. Ed Ober, Craig Wilson, and Security Compliance Associates’ Ethical Hacker Collis Dunwoody discuss today’s healthcare vulnerabilities, common threats on healthcare organizations, and what they can do to protect sensitive data and applications and keep a trustworthy reputation.
The recent surge of cyber attacks on healthcare organizations has prompted the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency, FBI, and Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to release a joint advisory warning about increased and imminent cybercrime threats to U.S. hospitals and healthcare providers.
With the resurgence of COVID-19 cases stretching hospital capacities thin, the threat of a cyber attack on data and operations systems will test medical staff and healthcare infrastructure beyond reasonable resiliency.
Healthcare cyber attacks have increased by more than 55%, with 67% of breaches caused by phishing attacks, ransomware, malware, data breaches, and negligent insider activities. Cyber attacks not only create a significant monetary impact on healthcare institutions but also on patient confidence.
In this webinar, experts talk about ransomware preparedness, negotiations, telehealth, remote meetings, and discussions with patients. They further discussed how healthcare devices are being used for remote monitoring of patients. Security is super important. There is a plethora of tools and programs out there. Performing the right testing and finding the vulnerabilities faster and at scale is the need of the hour
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