Medtech, hospitals on alert for cyberattacks after Russia's invasion of Ukraine

While cybersecurity threats to healthcare and medical devices have grown during the pandemic, the Russia-Ukraine conflict has raised the threat level, putting patient safety at risk.

Hospitals and medical device companies are on heightened alert for cyberattacks from Russian-sponsored hackers looking to target U.S. critical infrastructure after Russia's invasion of Ukraine last week, experts say.

While cybersecurity threats to healthcare and the medtech industry — including ransomware — have grown during the pandemic, the conflict has raised the threat level.

Mac McMillan, CEO of CynergisTek discusses the possibility of cyberattacks beginning and how no one can tell for sure how wide the fallout might be.

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