The healthcare industry has always been and will continue to be the target of ransomware and other cyberattacks. These breaches, like the string of attacks which have recently hit several major hospitals and health systems, have exposed the security vulnerabilities of several of our nation’s most trusted healthcare institutions. More valuable on the black market than getting someone’s social security number, an electronic medical health record could be worth hundreds or even thousands of dollars to cybercriminals. In fact, after several years in which the value of medical records on the black market had decreased, a 2019 study suggests a…
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