Healthcare went through five years of transformation over the course of 2020. How does this new telehealth focus most change how healthcare security leaders must view cybersecurity?
In an eBook with Information Security Media Group, Hank Schless of Lookout discusses:
Your data is leaking and it's at risk.
Data is a crucial and pervasive asset of any healthcare organization, but to safeguard your most
valuable information—as well as that of your patients—there needs to be a shift in the data security
strategy to protect what really matters: the data itself.
Your data is...
Forefront Dermatology S.C, a Wisconsin-based dermatology practice with affiliated offices in 21 states plus Washington, D.C., is notifying 2.4 million patients, employees and clinicians of a recent hacking incident. The attack apparently involved a ransomware strain known as "Cuba."
A year ago, Chris Pierson and BlackCloak studied executives at top global pharma companies to learn the extent of password-based vulnerabilities. The findings weren't reassuring. Pierson revisited the study this year with a select few entities to see if the needle has moved in a more secure direction.
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The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services is considering new cybersecurity requirements for hospitals participating in Medicare after a watchdog agency recommended CMS should require the facilities to address the cybersecurity of their networked medical devices.
With no federal privacy law in place, individual states in the US are working to create their own privacy laws to protect their residents. California’s law is already in place, and Virginia just recently passed one of its own. Colorado has a law on the table for voting, while other states are trying repeatedly to...
The migration to the cloud has been in motion for some time, but the Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated this transition, especially for healthcare organizations where there has been an increase in telemedicine and new remote work requirements.
Attackers go after data wherever it is stored. In healthcare, that data...
Information security professionals would agree that it’s important to be able to identify attacks related to ransomware, detect threats that exploit vulnerabilities in the cloud and workloads, and know when compromised medical IoT devices are used to carry out attacks.
“And by leveraging the platform, its AI...
A half-dozen security vulnerabilities recently identified in older versions of the Zoll Defibrillator Dashboard could allow an attacker to take remote control of device management, including executing arbitrary commands, as well as gain access to sensitive information and credentials, CISA warns.
You see the news: how many healthcare entities are struck by ransomware. But how many of them conducted business impact analyses before they were victims? Too few, says Cathie Brown of Clearwater. She discusses the value of doing a BIA before the crisis strikes.
Telehealth has been essential to keeping people healthy and safe during the pandemic, and it has great potential to increase healthcare access for older adults in the future. However, it can also be stressful for those with an aversion to the idea of using technology to speak with their doctor.
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As the U.S. hammers out national infrastructure legislation, implements President Biden's recent cybersecurity executive order and adopts other related initiatives, more attention and funding needs to be allocated to strengthen the healthcare sector's cybersecurity posture, industry groups urge.
Healthcare went through five years of transformation over the course of 2020. How does this new telehealth focus most change how healthcare security leaders must view cybersecurity? Hank Schless of Lookout weighs in on remote services, connected devices and the cloud.