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.
WHO was hit by a cyber espionage attempt with more than double the usual number of cyber attacks including an attempt to set up a fraudulent site to compromise internal email system.
This is the third time the FBI is warning of the persistent Kwampirs malware conducting supply chain attack now targeting the healthcare sector and with increased intensity during the ongoing COVID-19 crisis.
While cybercrime gangs like Maze and DoppelPaymer has promised to stop, Ryuk ransomware continues to target hospitals and medical organizations despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.