Keyword: Ponemon Institute
Nearly 3 in 4 healthcare organizations have experienced at least one data breach in the past year that involved the loss or theft of sensitive data.
There is a lack of awareness of federal privacy regulations the U.S. and Canada among healthcare employees as well as gaps in cybersecurity training.
A healthcare data breach comes with a hefty price tag—$6.45 million on average. That's 60% higher than the cross-industry average, a new report says.
Data breaches cost healthcare companies $408 per record, almost twice as much as the financial industry. Plus digital health took in $4.9B this year.
It's only a matter of time until medical device manufacturers, hospital administrators and healthcare providers are sued for cybersecurity breaches.
Open enrollment creates a cybersecurity threat for insurers taking in large amounts of new information.
The lack of cybersecurity skills creates vulnerability across industry sectors, with healthcare an increasingly popular target.