Cyberattacks on hospitals and health systems will continue their rapid pace in 2022, but as more providers launch hospitals at home and remote patient management programs and the technology has to traverse enterprise firewall boundaries, it provides attackers an extensive new surface area to attack. The best defense against these will be to choose and implement technical solutions that have the highest degree of secure communications between the patient-facing part of the solution and the backend systems they communicate with.
Andrew Mahler, Director of Privacy, Compliance and Managed Services at CynergisTek discusses privacy framew...
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