Keyword: Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology
A new HHS cybersecurity communications center is battling criticism, but one IT think tank says it will raise the stakes for the entire industry.
Erie County Medical Center is back to using paper records this week after a virus shut down IT systems early Sunday morning.
Nearly half as many patient records were exposed in data breaches in February compared to the month prior, but almost 60% were the result of insider threats.
A new report from WEDI calls for a culture change to cybersecurity defense within the healthcare industry and urged providers to look beyond basic standards.
Artificial intelligence that can identify patterns of risky behavior may be the only viable solution to protect health systems against ransomware attacks.
Healthcare remains at risk for coordinated cyberattacks in 2017, particularly as connected medical devices offer less-secure pathways.
Healthcare executives’ “lackadaisical approach” to cybersecurity endangers the lives and futures of breach victims, who have little help or recourse for dealing with identity theft, according to a new report.
Locky ransomware continues to be a thorn in the side of the healthcare industry, according to new statistics published this week by FireEye.
Healthcare is the most targeted yet least prepared sector in the U.S. when it comes to cyber attacks, according to a report from the Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology.