Providing access to multiple sources of sensitive data to enable key functions like contract tracing and monitoring hospitalizations also means increased vulnerabilities and the emergence of entirely new attack surfaces.
While healthcare providers work tirelessly to care for Covid-19 patients, pharmaceutical companies race to find a vaccine, and public health officials scramble to keep a lid on the coronavirus, the crisis has also presented a golden and rather nefarious opportunity for one group: hackers.
Access to data will ultimately determine the Covid-19 winners and losers in terms of leveraging data to help curb the spread, navigate re-opening the economy and drive delivery of care.
Caleb Barlow, CEO of CynergisTek explores how new attack surfaces and vulnerabilities for healthcare organizations have emerged amid the increased access to sensitive data for key functions like contract tracing and monitoring hospitalizations.
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