Posted March 18th, 2016 in Top Stories
Preparing Your Health Care Organization for Cybercrime
While all businesses are susceptible to cyberattacks, health care organizations are especially targeted for the “coveted” data they hold – patient information, all stored in one location. It’s no longer a question of “if,” but “when,” as a recent Los Angeles hospital found out.
Cybersecurity attorney Careen Martin is well-versed in preparing for and managing security breaches in the health care industry. Together with CliftonLarsonAllen information security principal Randy Romes, Careen uses the recent malware attack against Hollywood Presbyterian Hospital as a case study and presents questions health care organizations need to ask about their security practices in a recent article.
Click on the link to read their article, “Cybercrime Holds Health Care Organization Hostage.”