CEOs, cyberattacks and accountability

Should Joseph Swedish, the CEO who was at the helm of health insurer Anthem when it suffered a historic data breach, be fired? The fact that he and other senior execs are still on board shows a lack of accountability, Mansur Hasib, M.D., writes in an opinion piece for Enterprise Tech. And, he adds, it's an issue that plagues the entire industry. Healthcare companies should immediately fire high-level executives who don't see cyberattacks as a business risk, he writes, and they must also switch up their leadership charts so that CIOs--not CEOs or CFOs--are in charge of cybersecurity and other IT threats. Read the full story at FierceHealthIT