Physicians Practice June 13, 2024
David Lee

Strategies medical practices can employ to attract, retain, and develop cybersecurity talent, ensuring ongoing protection against cyber threats.

Navigating the digital age in healthcare is like walking a tightrope. While advancements in technology significantly improve patient care and streamline operations, they also open the door to sophisticated cyber threats. The need for robust cybersecurity measures has never been more critical, yet the sector grapples with a severe shortage of qualified cybersecurity professionals. This article explores strategies medical practices can employ to attract, retain, and develop cybersecurity talent, ensuring ongoing protection against cyber threats. Additionally, we delve into the pivotal role of employee training and awareness in mitigating these risks.

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