Mac McMillan on the Ukraine Invasion and Its Potential Cyber Impacts

News headlines across the world have been strongly focused on the unprovoked invasion of Ukraine by Russia. In the midst of those headlines and all the news developments, might cyber-criminals—either connected with foreign governments, or part of organized crime syndicates, or simply freelance cyber-criminals—be tempted to target U.S. industry even more than before? And if so, how vulnerable is the U.S. healthcare system, either directly or indirectly?

Mac McMillan shared his perspectives on the potential for the Russian invasion of Ukraine to indirectly impact IT in the U.S. healthcare system, particularly with regard to supply chain.

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