Keyword: Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center
Hospitals are highly vulnerable to cyberattacks, and the potential for financial disruption is high, according to a Moody's report.
It's only a matter of time until medical device manufacturers, hospital administrators and healthcare providers are sued for cybersecurity breaches.
Several health systems were victimized by high-profile ransomware attacks last year, but a regulatory loophole has kept them off the HHS breach portal.
As hospitals battle the growing threat of ransomware, executives face an increasingly tricky decision about whether to pay the ransom.
Attorneys are highly concerned about the threat of IT breaches at hospitals and healthcare systems, and fear that little is being done to address the situation.
When it comes to cybersecurity, health organizations, so far, haven’t taken big enough financial or reputational hits to prompt heavy investment in digital defenses.
Locky ransomware continues to be a thorn in the side of the healthcare industry, according to new statistics published this week by FireEye.
With the proliferation of cyberattacks, contingency plans must include training for staff on how to perform their jobs should computer systems go down.
News that a hacker is selling 9.3 million patient records online reveals an evolution in data thieves' MO.