This week we saw vulnerabilities in GE's patient monitors, NIST Ransomware guides, The State of the Phish report saw 65% of organizations victim to phishing attacks in 2019 and EPIC releases a statement and recommendations for new rules.
December 31st, 2019 marked the end of the decade. As much as we wish it were true, the end of the decade did not bring the end of cyber attacks.
As we go forward into 2020 healthcare is seeing a shift away from ransomware attacks as the #1 attack on the healthcare industry, health data breach lawsuits are becoming more common, rising tensions with Iran poses a threat on the cyber security of hospitals and health systems and digital imaging servers are still vulnerable to cyber attacks
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