Industry Voices—6 human resources adaptations to address the cybersecurity workforce shortage

August 2, 2019 Mayuri Kumar

In today’s cybersecurity climate, there is only a very small percentage of hospital executives who still believe that they are well protected from cybersecurity threats.

It is clear that the majority of executives today have reached a different conclusion, especially considering metrics derived from hundreds of annual security assessments conducted by CynergisTek and the 2019 HIMSS report that found over 82% of hospitals have reported serious security incidents, up from 75% in the previous 2018 report (PDF). 

With such statistics, we need to recognize that the primary challenge is not identifying a problem but finding a cost-effective solution. 

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