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Cybercrime can disrupt care, delay prognosis or treatment, and in the worst cases, cause fatalities. Healthcare organizations must protect data before a breach occurs and when successful remediation can contain risk and cost at the lowest possible levels. Read More ›

The Health Sector Coordinating Council Cybersecurity Working Group and the US Department of Health and Human Services jointly released a guide to help the public and private healthcare sectors align their cybersecurity programs with the National Institute of Standards Technology Cybersecurity Framework. Read More ›

With cyberattacks on health systems and medical practices omnipresent in the headlines, it can be tempting for overextended administrators and executives to reach a point in which the gravity of the situation feels overwhelming. The never-ending onslaught of breaches, malware attacks, ransomware, and data theft has left many administrators numb. Read More ›

So, you have installed a new server and a unified threat management device, firewalls, and updated software that intercepts malware. You have also conducted vulnerability and penetration testing and coached and trained your staff. You think you are safe, and maybe you are—for today. However, while you are sleeping tonight, evildoers will be hard at work preparing for their next cyberattack, and it could be on your system or data. Read More ›