Cybersecurity trends can convey a lot about a year and 2022 is no different, even if some of the shifts are surprising.
Ransomware attacks continue to plague the healthcare industry at a heightened pace, with attacks increasing in severity— and mortality rates.
Healthcare cyber crime is on the rise. These healthcare cybersecurity best practices will help organizations protect data, finances, and patients.
26 million people were impacted by healthcare data breaches in 2020; the cost per breached record skyrocketed to $499. Healthcare continues to be a major target for cyber criminals, with no signs of slowing down.
Healthcare IT companies must achieve a tricky balance. Customers and business partners require continual innovation and increased efficiency, but neither can come at the expense of cybersecurity or compliance obligations.
Telehealth vulnerabilities skyrocketed during COVID-19. Implementing these small best practices can have a big effect on security.