Best practices for healthcare cybersecurity

April 8, 2019

HIPAA's latest figures show that the number of patient records exposed tripled last year, according to an article on the Security Boulevard website. According to the article, the best practices for cybersecurity include:

• Locking down your endpoints

• Restricting and monitoring network traffic

• Automating software updates

• Watching out for IoT devices

• Have an incident response plan

• Using next-gen security software

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