HIT Consultant February 3, 2023
JP Perez-Etchegoyen, CTO of Onapsis

Due to the recent growth of the pharmaceutical industry, the value of highly-sensitive data stored in pharmaceutical systems and the degree of the potential damage that cyberattacks on the industry can cause, it is safe to say that pharma could be one of the most targeted industries by cybercriminals in 2023. Ransomware, phishing attacks, business applications and third-party vendors will be some of the biggest threats to this key vertical as we approach the new year.

The threat of ransomware is nothing new, but cybercriminal tactics surrounding ransomware continue to evolve, making the pharma industry susceptible to these kinds of attacks now more than ever. With the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, ransomware groups’ attraction to pharma and life sciences organizations is...

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