Cyberattacks in healthcare surged last year, and 2022 could be even worse

January 27, 2022

The typical breach costs several million dollars. Attackers have realized hospitals are prime targets, so healthcare leaders need to make protecting their systems a top priority.

Healthcare organizations have been inundated with cyber attacks, and they can expect more to come in 2022.

Hospitals and other healthcare organizations remain ripe targets for cyber attacks, said Mac McMillan, founder, CEO and president of CynergisTek, a cybersecurity consulting firm.

Mac McMillan discusses healthcare providers and their need to devote more resources to preventing cybersecurity attacks.

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