Report: HCOs and Cybersecurity Preparedness
The frequency and severity of cyberattacks have been rising across all industries, but healthcare has been experiencing a sharp increase in ransomware and data breach attacks since the onset of the COVID pandemic. In response, healthcare organizations (HCOs) have given higher priority to cybersecurity preparedness measures to help prevent and respond to such incidents. These efforts are complicated by the ongoing progress of digital transformation, including the never-ending streams of new technologies, devices, and applications promising better efficiencies and, ultimately, patient care.
Cybersecurity is one of the major categories of the Digital Health Most Wired (DHMW) survey and recognition program from CHIME’s Digital Health Analytics (DHA). This report, Code Red: HCOs and Cybersecurity Preparedness, features key takeaways from the 2022 DHMW Cybersecurity section, along with insights from DHA and category sponsor First Health Advisory.
Inside this report, you will find info and discussion on:
- The pandemic effect on cybersecurity
- Leadership and governance updates
- Authentication trends
- Capability and compliance
- How to get help with security implementation and management
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