AI, IoT, Medical Devices Top Health Cybersecurity Predictions for 2019

December 13, 2018 Mayuri Kumar

Cybersecurity continued to be a struggle for many in the healthcare sector this year, with several massive breaches, successful targeted phishing campaigns, and security events caused by human error. While providers struggled with the basics, like email errors and a lack of encryption, hackers have pummeled the sector with increasingly sophisticated attack methods.

Protenus won’t have the final tally for the year’s breached patient records until January. But the first three quarters of 2018 saw about 8.7 million records – well over the total 5.6 million reported in 2017.

David Finn's comments are featured in this article.

Previous Article
Healthcare Privacy and Cybersecurity: Outlook for 2019
Healthcare Privacy and Cybersecurity: Outlook for 2019

Join John Nye, Sr. Director of Cybersecurity Research & Communications, and David Holtzman, VP of Complianc...

Next Article
Web Portals: More Breaches Illustrate the Vulnerabilities
Web Portals: More Breaches Illustrate the Vulnerabilities