Cybersecurity: Innovating staff buy-in and avoiding silver bullet tools

September 7, 2018 Mayuri Kumar

The healthcare security landscape is always in flux. From ransomware to phishing attacks, hackers have continued to target the sector at a steady pace over the last few years. While the attack vectors may shift, the fact remains security must continue to develop and innovate to keep pace with hackers.

A report from security firm SentinelOne saw less ransomware attacks in 2018 than reported the year prior, while fileless attacks have increased by 94 percent. However, with three major ransomware breaches reported over the summer, it’s yet to be seen whether reporting is down -- or the use of the malware.

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