This checklist describes the top vulnerabilities we have found in healthcare organizations along with the action items that should be taken to address them.
Home » Breach Prevention & Response » The Top 20 Security Vulnerabilities Healthcare Organizations Should Address
Error - something went wrong!
Other content in this Stream
Tips on Ransomware Defense Strategies
Hackers taking advantage of COVID-19 to spread malware
'SweynTooth' Cyber Flaws Could Affect Medical Devices
Big HIPAA Fine for Solo Doctor Practice
OCR Allows Internet Apps for Telehealth During COVID-19 Emergency
In a pair of sweeping directives that will have far reaching implications for healthcare providers and their patients, the Office for Civil Rights (OCR) issued guidance and FAQs through which the...
Some HIPAA Requirements Waived for Hospitals in Response to Coronavirus
The Secretary of HHS has declared a nationwide public health emergency. The declaration includes a suspension of some of the requirements of the HIPAA Privacy Rule for hospitals to help ease...
OCR Allows Use of Videoconferencing During Coronavirus Emergency
Healthcare providers may provide treatment services to patients using a variety of non-public facing telehealth technologies without complying with the requirements of the HIPAA Privacy and...
NRC Health recovering from ransomware attack
Lawsuit Claims HIV Data Exposed in Leak
Hacking of Accounting Firm Affects Medical Group
The CyberWire Daily Podcast - Episode 1014
Long-Awaited HHS Data Sharing Rules Raise Privacy Worries
Health Data Breach Not Reported for Seven Months
Potential Iranian Cyber Attacks
Lawsuit Filed in Wake of Ransomware Attack
Malware Infects Small Hospital's Medical Imaging Server
Tying Up Loose Ends for Health Data Privacy, Security
Ambulance Company Slapped With HIPAA Fine
Ransomware tops list of healthcare cybersecurity threats in 2019
The Growing Threat of Ransomware