Ransomware, Compliance, and Zero Trust headline this week’s digest of healthcare cybersecurity articles.
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10 Healthcare Cybersecurity Articles, November 2020
3 Key Considerations for Your Healthcare IAM Roadmap via Idenhaus
Learn how a Healthcare IAM Roadmap can set your organization on the path to a successful Identity Management implementation.
Using a gold-standard framework like HIPPA or the NIST CSF in tandem with an integrated risk management solution can do wonders to alleviate the stress and resources used when undergoing a digital transformation in healthcare.
To successfully close the cybersecurity gap in their organizations, healthcare providers need to take a multifaceted strategy to endpoint security, starting by improving endpoint persistence and progressing to geofencing.
What Hospitals Should Know About the Ryuk Ransomware Threat via HealthTech Magazine
An onslaught of cyberattacks targeting healthcare data is coming, federal officials warn. Providers are urged to step up their defenses.
Ransomware Update: More Data Leaked, NY Health System Recovers via HealthIT Security
UVM Health has progressed in its ransomware recovery efforts, while St. Lawrence Health restored its network. But three entities were not as successful, as hackers leaked more health data.
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Hospitals make themselves a target for cyber attacks via TechTarget
In the midst of a pandemic, the last thing healthcare CIOs need is a wave of cyber attacks — but that’s exactly what they might be faced with, and there are reasons why.
HHS unveils new 2020-2025 Federal Health IT Strategic Plan via HealthcareIT News
The document describes the government’s hopes for how technology goals should be prioritized over the next five years – with an emphasis on patients’ access to their health data.
Analysis: Tactics of Group Waging Attacks on Hospitals via DataBreach Today
Mandiant’s analysis of UNC1878’s methods is based on what it’s observed in the recent hospital attacks and how the group conducted earlier attacks on healthcare facilities.
Leveraging Zero Trust with Identity at the Core via Idenhaus
Zero Trust shifts the focus from protecting the corporate network to protecting individual resources. Authentication and authorization become discrete functions that are performed before any access to an enterprise resource is allowed.
Check out our previous digest of helpful healthcare cybersecurity articles, 9 Helpful Healthcare Cybersecurity Articles, October 2020.
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