November 15th 2023
Health care organizations must balance data sharing with patient privacy concerns
November 9th 2023
Best practices for health care organizations to implement to secure connected medical devices.
October 31st 2023
Report finds 539 confirmed attacks affecting 10,000 facilities
Captive insurance is a powerful tool for addressing risk in medical practices
October 30th 2023
‘FraudGPT’ artificial intelligence goes online as a resource for hackers to thwart cybersecurity measures.
The 5th Annual Advanced Practice Collaborative™
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Patient data breaches doubled in 2023
Total breaches hit 87 million this year
Health care cybersecurity challenges increase as threats rise
Vast majority of health care organizations are under constant cyber attack
U.S. data breaches hit alarming new highs
Quarterly breaches are down, but for 2023, hackers are having a banner year
Cyberattacks on health care industry growing
Hackers prey on “fear, uncertainty and doubt,” expert says
Cyberattacks keep coming in health care
New survey finds victims are paying ransoms, but not getting all data back.
Important cybersecurity regulation updates for healthcare organizations
Everything you need to know about the latest government regulations on cybersecurity
Health leaders devoting more money to defend against cyber attacks
Attacks are having an effect on care delivery
Federal ARPA-H seeks solutions on health care cybersecurity
Initiative seeks to bridge ‘technical gap’ that leaves patients vulnerable.
Data breaches are down, but number of people affected is rising
Cybercriminals growing more savvy about their strategies, report finds
Cyberattacks on health care grow in number even as more leaders, staff gain awareness
‘New era’ as 2023 could go from bad to worse for invasions of computer networks.
Computer attacks in health care are booming so far in 2023
Industry analyst reviews cybersecurity for first half of the year, and the results aren’t good.
Cybersecurity experts warn against Rhysida hacking group
Fears that attacks on government, academia, and manufacturing will spread to health care.
Patients think their health data will be leaked and don’t trust big tech firms
Survey shows how little faith patients have in technology – and the companies that provide it -- to protect their information
Costs of health care data breaches continue to soar: report
Industry trails most others in fending off cyberattacks
How health care can fight life-threatening data breaches
With healthcare data breaches approaching a boiling point, care providers need to adopt an approach that prioritizes operational continuity.
Artificial intelligence is about to make cybersecurity even more complicated
Expect hackers and network managers to employ AI in a ‘cat-and-mouse’ game to steal or protect patient records.
Why your practice needs an internet contingency plan
Doctors and staff should know how to respond if internet goes down for prolonged periods
5 tips for defending against ransomware attacks
Pratices and hospitals focus on training employees against social engineering attacks. But they risk leaving themselves open to attacks that exploit network software vulnerabilities.
Were you harassed online during the COVID-19 pandemic? You’re not alone
Social media exploded with caustic criticism when physicians shared the facts and advocated for personal and public health.
Talk of AI dominated the health conference, but there were plenty of other featured technology innovations and strategies
How to tell if your practice has been hacked
Being hacked can create havoc in your practice and harm your ability to provide healthcare to your patients.
HIMSS23: Internet of things creates new ways to hack into medical computer networks
Cybersecurity firm analyzes what devices are most vulnerable.
HIMSS 2023 kicks off in Chicago
The biggest health technology conference in the country is now underway.
Are health care records still a target for computer hackers? Absolutely, feds say
HHS’ cybersecurity agency warns about KillNet, other threats emerging and expected to continue this year.
The time is now for federal agencies to fortify cybersecurity among small and rural hospitals
As physicians focus on patient health and executives work to keep the doors open, data breaches can have serious consequences for everyone.
Here’s a checklist for securing mobile devices used in health care
Cell phones can be hacked, but HHS cybersecurity agency offers advice.
Senators ponder more federal actions on health care cybersecurity
Minimum standards, financial aid for small systems would help, industry experts say.
AI in health care: the risks and benefits
Realizing the technology’s full potential requires understanding its advantages and challenges
Ransomware still a threat, but watch out for hackers invading to steal health care data
‘Extortion without encrypting files’ is a growing risk to cybersecurity of medical computer networks.
Five tips for maximizing data security and ensuring HIPAA compliance
Building a foundation for cybersecurity can help physicians avoid costly mistakes.
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