This guidance serves as an important reminder of the steps an organization should take to protect the personal information and other sensitive data that it holds from a ransomware event.
A recent cyberattack targeted and brought down the Covid-19-vaccine-scheduling website in Italy, which potentially exposed sensitive healthcare data and proprietary information about vaccine technology.
Apricorn reports the education industry has a significantly increased risk for cybersecurity attacks than other industries, such as manufacturing, healthcare, and financial services.
The Aultman Health Foundation (Aultman), an Ohio-based health system with more than 7,000 employees, announced that the patient records of more than 7,000 patients may have been accessed by an employee without authorization for whom such access was outside their job duties.
The Office of the Inspector General (OIG) in the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) recently conducted a review of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services’ (CMS’s) survey standards for hospital cybersecurity and determined that CMS lacks consistent oversight of networked-devices cybersecurity in hospitals.
The World Health Organization recently published its guidance on Ethics & Governance of Artificial Intelligence for Health
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OCR, in its nineteenth Right of Access Initiative settlement, again emphasizes that health care providers of any size must ensure timely patient access to medical records.
New York, Texas, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania consider bills to reduce financial incentive in ransomware attacks.