Healthcare IT News May 16, 2022
Kat Jercich

A new report from the Cloud Security Alliance explains that it’s essential to apply a risk rating, using predefined criteria, to all subscribers.

The Cloud Security Alliance this past week released a report outlining the cyber risks faced by healthcare delivery organizations when it comes to supply chain management.

Experts from CSA explained that healthcare organizations face two main concerns:

  • Risk management involving the cyber supply chain, which includes IT networks, hardware and software.
  •  Risk management involving the conventional supply chain.  

“With the move to the cloud and edge computing, HDOs are finding it increasingly challenging to secure their infrastructure,” read the report.

“Cyberattacks target HDOs and their suppliers in this expanded attack surface,” it continued.  


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