HealthTech June 14, 2024
J.P. Pressley

Hyperpersonalized email scams are surging. Here’s how healthcare organizations can navigate them.

As much as generative artificial intelligence is helping healthcare organizations to increase clinical and administrative productivity, it’s also proving to be a useful tool for bad actors. According to a recent warning from the FBI, cybercriminals are using AI to orchestrate highly targeted and customized phishing attacks.

Malicious actors conduct social engineering-driven phishing attacks by leveraging generative AI to craft convincing messages or by impersonating co-workers or family using AI-powered voice and video cloning. Unfortunately, these attack methods often work. Eighty percent of security leaders say their organizations have fallen victim to phishing emails written by generative AI.

Healthcare organizations need to know what they’re up against in...

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