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Industry Voices—Change Healthcare attack: Where do we go from here?

Getting to a higher level of cyber sophistication

Both small and large organizations have risk challenges and threat monitoring gaps. "It's not just the technology, but its also the people and the process part of it, and that part is really hard for healthcare," says Steve Cagle, CEO of Clearwater.

Clearwater’s Jon Moore Authors AI Governance Toolbook for Hospital and Health System Boards and Leadership Teams in Collaboration with The Governance Institute

As healthcare adopts AI at an increasing speed, a leading institution focused on serving board members and ...

Four takeaways from Change cyberattack

Bob Chaput talks prevention as locally based health care company continues federal proceedings

The compliance officer’s challenge: Riding the technological wave in healthcare

Change Health Attack: Details Emerge; Breach Will Top Record

Experts Advise Health Sector to Take Steps as UnitedHealth Group Cleans Up Mess

Live at ViVE: How to Safeguard Your Healthcare Organization from Cyber Threats

Cyberattacks are not just about data; they can disrupt critical healthcare services.

Utilizing CSF to Manage Cyber Risks

In February, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) released its updated Cybersecurity Framework (CSF 2.0), which included a newly added Govern function, as well as target profiles to help companies better evaluate and improve their cybersecurity strategies.

HC3 warns of social engineering attacks targeting IT help desks

The agency says threat actors are targeting organizations' IT help desks with phone calls from a local area code claiming to be revenue cycle or administrator employees. After gaining access, they divert legitimate payments.

Utilizing CSF to Manage Cyber Risks

Change Healthcare Attack: Recovery Woes; Lawsuits Pile Up

Company Makes Progress Restoring IT Services, But Disruption Lingers

Change cyberattack serves as wake-up call for healthcare cybersecurity

The outage shows why health systems need to plan for inevitable cyberattacks, evaluating risks to their operations and financials and putting backups in place, experts say.


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