Healthcare is a prime target for malicious data attacks. Healthcare organizations transmit highly personal and sensitive information as part of the normal course of business, from eligibility verification between the provider and payer, and all the way to consumer payments to the provider. The value for healthcare data on the black market is high. Data particularly at risk includes social security numbers, birth dates, payment card information and insurance coverage identification. The COVID-19 pandemic has increased the volume of sensitive data now shared digitally in healthcare. Many healthcare organizations have turned to digital channels to connect in lieu of options…
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