Jan. 31, 2024, 5:53 p.m. | Rebecca Torchia, Jordan Scott

HealthTech Magazine healthtechmagazine.net

In the face of increasingly intelligent cybercriminals and rising threats, healthcare organizations must protect their networks and online environments from attacks. Fifty-four percent of organizations experienced an average of four ransomware in the past two years, and 68 percent of that group said that an attack negatively impacted patient care and safety, according to the Ponemon Institute. With that in mind, cybersecurity can no longer be a priority only for IT teams; it must be a priority for all healthcare …

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