Most common method of identifying them as advanced threats is a “gut feeling.”
The healthcare industry is experiencing a surge in data breaches, security incidents, and criminal attacks—exposing millions of patients and their medical records—according to the latest Ponemon Institute study, sponsored by ID Experts®, the Fifth Annual Benchmark Study on Privacy & Security of Healthcare Data. R
InfoSec Community Forums Security breaches seem to be the norm now. Home Depot, Target, Sony, JP Morgan Chase to name a few who have been in the recent past, victim of “sophisticated” system compromise which ultimately lead to sensitive information leaked to the open. It is difficult to tell how sophisticated the attack was since …
54 percent of patients say they would be “very” or “moderately likely” to change providers after a security data breach impacting their personal health information, according to a recent survey conducted by Software Advice.
Even the best-run companies will face a crisis. In today’s technology-driven environment, that crisis will likely be a cyber attack. Whether the situation has a severe impact on a company often depends on the board’s preparedness. Smart boards know that the best offense is a strong defense. Read more.