Focus: Cybersecurity

Healthcare data security still needs attention during pandemic

July 30, 2020

During the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s too easy for cybersecurity to become a lesser priority, according to an article on the HIT Consultant website.

Healthcare institutions are working to not only meet basic privacy and compliance laws but have difficulty leveraging the large amounts of data.

Spam attacks have spiked during the global pandemic, and the fallout could remain unknown or undetected until the crisis passes. 

In the meantime, healthcare facilities can be hit by cyberattacks that can largely be avoided with the proper network security.

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