MedCity News June 16, 2024
Katie Adams

Cybersecurity experts are recommending some changes to improve the healthcare industry’s defense posture — such as the introduction of government-enforced minimum cybersecurity standards for providers and greater collaboration between healthcare organizations.

Cybercriminals across the globe continue to target healthcare organizations, exploiting any vulnerability they can. Healthcare entities are still struggling to protect themselves against these hackers, whose tactics are getting more sophisticated by the day.

Below are three changes that cybersecurity experts think need to happen in order to strengthen the healthcare industry’s defense posture.

All healthcare employees need cybersecurity training

Internal human error is one of the most common factors that cause cyberattacks at enterprises across all industries, pointed out Anurag Lal, CEO of NetSfere, a cybersecurity company...

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