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Preventing Cyber Attacks is Critical to Improve Healthcare Outcomes


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Healthcare is essential and it contains troves of sensitive medical data. For cyber criminals, breaching a healthcare organization provides access to that sensitive medical data which can be held for ransom and the guarantee of media coverage and notoriety for the hacker. Both factors put victims under immense pressure, increasing the likelihood that a high ransom fee will be paid.

"This week, a hospital in Illinois is closing its doors after a devastating ransomware attack. Recent cyberattacks against CommonSpirit Health compromised the personal data of over 600,000 patients, while Tallahassee Memorial Healthcare had to send emergency patients to other hospitals after their operations were taken offline."

Unfortunately these are not uncommon incidents. This paper list out the actions you can take to prevent cyberattacks from disrupting the healthcare workflow.

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