Scripps Health is saying very little about its security measures and only issued a written statement saying the network outage was caused by malware.
SAN DIEGO — Patients and employees sent anonymous emails and messages to CBS 8 expressing frustration over Scripps Health's lack of information regarding a cyber attack that occurred May 1.
Cyberattacks are up, in fact security experts said 66% of health care companies cannot meet the minimum security standard defined by the National Institute of Standards and Technology.
Caleb Barlow, CEO of CynergisTek discusses the need for healthcare organizations to invest even more in cybersecurity, as well as the importance of multi-factor authentication.
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