Healthcare Cybersecurity Wrap for 2021

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With 2022 just around the corner, there’s nothing quite like looking at what the trends for the next year might be in healthcare, cybersecurity, and the dynamic systems that surround them both. Whether the future is zero-trust, or if we find a more promising avenue, these security ideas will spread through 2022 and beyond.

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Why The Healthcare Cloud May Demand Zero-Trust Architecture via HealthcareITNews

Healthcare provider organizations increasingly are turning to the cloud to store sensitive data and back up confidential assets, as doing so enables them to save money on IT infrastructure and operations. For many in healthcare, the shift to cloud computing seems inevitable, yet also brings unique security risks in the age of ransomware.

HHS: Majority Of Health Systems Faced Cyberattack In Last 18 Months via SCMedia

Software supply chain attacks increased by 650% in the last year, with 82% of healthcare systems reporting a cyberattack in the last 18 months, according to a recent Department of Health and Human Services Cybersecurity Coordination Center and Healthcare & Public Health Sector Coordinating Council webinar.

Top Healthcare Cybersecurity Predictions For Next Year via HealthITSecurity

Over the course of the next year, healthcare organizations will likely continue to grapple with ransomware attacks, a cybersecurity workforce shortage, and challenges surrounding healthcare cybersecurity program implementation. Here, we look forward to the top predictions for 2022.

Cybersecurity Risks In Medical Devices via Medical Device Network

Taking greater cybersecurity measures to protect medical devices is more important now than ever. For more than a decade, healthcare has been the largest target for data breaches. Breaches of data in a healthcare setting can have severe implications, as patients’ lives can be in danger from outdated and unprotected medical devices.

Top Five Posts From Idenhaus in 2021 via Idenhaus

‘Tis the time of year to look back at our triumphs and see what we can bring to the new year. This last post of 2021 explores Idenhaus’ top five posts of the year. Which of these was your favorite? Or did you prefer a post we made on another topic? Let us know!

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