At this time last year, most of the healthcare cybersecurity buzz was around ransomware, particularly following the “WannaCry” virus that swept the globe in 2017. What’s more, as the calendar turned to 2018, ransomware was still very much a big part of the healthcare news cycle following an attack on some of Allscripts’ IT applications.
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