Over the past two years, COVID-19 has pushed hospitals and healthcare systems to their breaking points, flooding beds and demanding daily personal sacrifices from critical healthcare workers. Each resurgence has served as a reminder of the critical nature of our healthcare infrastructure – and its need to be consistently resilient.
Although some of COVID-19's worst health outcomes appear to be tapering off, with new cases and patient deaths declining despite legitimate worries over new variants, a long-gestating issue is coming into sharper focus: Burned out from dealing with the never-ending pandemic, healthcare workers and leaders are inadvertently opening the door to a new wave of dangerous cybersecurity threats.
In this article Thomas Graham, Chief Information Security Officer for CynergisTek discusses healthcare workers and the current climent.
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