Healthcare security is going to play a huge role if the utopian vision of a purely digital healthcare ecosystem is going to be realized.
Personal health information is extremely valuable to threat actors, and companies that store customers' health data need to be wary of healthcare cyberattacks that could threaten their business.
A recent ransomware attack against a Missouri hospital showed that healthcare organizations are still under threat despite an overall decline in campaigns across industries.
Data Activity Monitoring Gives Health Care Organizations X-Ray Vision Into Medical Imaging Security Risks
Poor medical imaging security can have potentially life-threatening consequences such as delayed treatment, inaccurate diagnosis and prescription fraud.
The health care security immune system maps to integrated services and products, addressing specific health care concerns and preventing cyberattacks.
Health Care Providers Need to Comply With HIPAA Regulations and Address These Five Critical Security Issues
Health care organizations must address these five major cybersecurity concerns to comply with HIPAA regulations and ensure proper handling of patient data.
The HIPAA settlements from 2016 reinforce the importance of risk analysis when creating policies and procedures to protect PHI.
Many cybercriminals have turned to ransomware as a cheaper, simpler alternative to traditional methods of stealing medical records.
The future of the health care industry could lie in quantum security: This advanced technology has the potential to secure critical data efficiently.
Identity governance and intelligence solutions are poised to help health care organizations secure personal data and electronic medical records.