How to deal with ransomware

June 13, 2017

Ransomware is symptomatic of design flaws in the healthcare infrastructure, according to an article on the Health IT News website.

The fragile infrastructure filled with legacy medical device software.

Effective strategies to mitigate the medical device security risks that can disrupt clinical operations are not deploying new technology or replacing old unmaintainable computers with new unmaintainable computers.

Healthcare facilities must address five core parts of the healthcare delivery supply chain: manufacturing, procurement, regulation, training and governance.

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