How prepared are you for a cyberattack?

August 26, 2022
Cyber Security Health IT
From the October 2022 issue of HealthCare Business News magazine

The reason for this is that the incident commander is uniquely positioned to balance different priorities—including balancing the demands of a criminal investigation (where the affected systems may hold important evidence of the attackers’ source and methods) vs. recovering systems as soon as possible. When individuals act outside of the incident team’s plan and schedule, they may end up harming the recovery more than they help.

Preparing for a cyberattack should be a routine part of job readiness in today’s healthcare landscape. Leaders of hospitals, ambulatory care centers, and private practices can minimize the risks to their patients and their bottom line if they are proactive in this area.
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Just as cybercriminals adapt their strategies to new opportunities and weaknesses, so must healthcare organizations continually adapt to defend against these threats.

About the author: Matt Murren is the CEO of True North.

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