MUO July 31, 2021
Ankush Das

Ransomware poses a huge threat to medical institutions. Here’s why and what that means for you.

Ransomware is omnipresent. And healthcare is one of the most affected sectors with ransomware attacks, which is a big concern.

While data extraction and selling it off on the dark web is one part of the problem, disruption of healthcare services by ransomware makes it a matter of life and death.

Considering that the ransomware attacks on healthcare services are rapidly increasing, it is important you know more about it, how it works, and what can be done about ransomware targeting medical institutions.

Ransomware Attack on Healthcare Services Is Critical

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