The new New York cybersecurity regulations require healthcare facilities to appoint a CISO, implement incident response plans, and to face new breach reporting requirements. They will also have access to a total of $500 million in new funding from the state.
Johnson & Johnson’s IT service provider IBM has notified over 1 million Janssen CarePath customers of a data breach that leaked personal and medical information.
One of North America's largest Medicaid and CHIP dental care providers has suffered a massive data breach of highly sensitive patient information, thought to be perpetrated by the LockBit ransomware group.
Apria healthcare data breach has exposed the personal, medical, and financial information of up to 1.8 million individuals. The cyber intrusions occurred from April 5 to May 7, 2019, and from August 27 to October 10, 2021.
Health authorities warned that Russian hacktivists were actively targeting US hospitals with DDoS attacks in a widespread campaign also targeting other Ukraine's allies.
Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) brings significant benefits to the delivery of patient healthcare services and internal operations, but healthcare delivery organizations tend to struggle with implementing effective cybersecurity measures.
Many healthcare professionals will have robust security processes in place but issues like the Meta scandal emphasize the importance of regular and consistent data security awareness.
When the US Supreme Court overturned the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade decision, it immediately increased the importance of protecting medical data privacy for a wide range of healthcare-related businesses, How are governments and businesses responding and what are the steps that CPOs can take?
A recent spate of crippling ransomware attacks against healthcare organizations signals that these assaults remain a major threat. Healthcare leaders should focus their efforts by moving beyond a prevention strategy and focusing on developing a proactive preparedness plan.