Lower Healthcare’s Cybersecurity Risks
One clinic paid $1.5 million, and the U.K. National Health Service lost nearly $6.2 million. In Germany, a patient died, all because the healthcare industry is a prime target for cybercriminals. Learn about the threat and what you can do about it.
Healthcare Industry Can Lower Cybersecurity Risks
Bad actors continue to actively attack healthcare cybersecurity vulnerabilities, and keeping motivated hackers at bay is complicated. This industry holds a treasure trove of valuable data, plus, healthcare providers are now using more internet-connected devices than ever before.
Cybersecurity in healthcare is about more than complying with industry regulations: it can mean the difference between life and death. The industry needs to remain vigilant. The ebook How to Lower Cybersecurity Risks in Healthcare will help.
- why healthcare cybersecurity is growing more complicated
- the five best practices for securing healthcare providers;
- how partnering with a managed service provider can help