Hackers are not only eager to take advantage of the pandemic crisis, but that are feeding off of a highly profitable supply chain. While hospitals are the target, the patient is ultimately the true victim of this cyber attack machine.
2020 saw a spike in healthcare data breaches. A new report from cybersecurity firm Tenable finds that this spike can be overwhelmingly attributed to ransomware attacks.
It's not a surprise that there has been a significant increase in healthcare cyber attacks, but the numbers revealed by a new Bitglass study are nevertheless eye-popping: an increase of over 55% in 2020.
A shocking new report has found major vulnerabilities in the programming interfaces (APIs) that underpin dozens of the mobile health apps used by patient care organizations.
COVID-19 pandemic is accelerating the digital transformation across the healthcare sector, and bringing along corresponding privacy risks to personal data.
Object storage can help healthcare organizations cost-efficiently scale to meet unexpected demands, manage data more effectively, and protect against the rapidly growing ransomware threat.
With specific guidance from an amended HITECH Act to include a comprehensive cyber policy, the healthcare industry will better secure patients’ data.
The death of a woman who needed urgent care at a German hospital is being blamed on equipment being unavailable due to a ransomware attack.
As more healthcare organizations work with tech giants like IBM, Amazon, Google and Microsoft, data security remains a top priority to secure access to millions of patient records.