Privacy & Security
Cybersecurity expert Thanos Drougkas explains how COVID-19 has changed the threat landscape around smart hospitals - and how administrators should respond to potential attacks.
Ireland’s health service IT system has been shut down as a precautionary measure, following a cyber attack today. The Health Service Executive (HSE) believes the attack is by international criminals attempting to extort money, although no demand has yet been received.
New working realities require new frameworks, and for edge computing that's SASE. Aruba Networks' Samuel Hill breaks it all down.
In the U.S., the VCI will issue FHIR-enabled COVID-19 vaccine certificates on iOS and Android phones and digital wallets – and paper-based copies with QR codes to help ensure health equity.
At least five healthcare providers were affected by the incident, which occurred in February.
Some customers describe being unable to access their clinic schedules, chart notes, refill requests or incoming test results, among other issues.
In Wyoming, an employee accidentally uploaded COVID-19 test results to a public-facing website, while Pennsylvania faced trouble with a third-party contact-tracing vendor.
An AI expert reveals his gravest concerns with dangers lurking in the information in EHRs and other systems.
The report found that healthcare was one of the industries most affected by tracked ransomware incidents in 2020, second only to education.
The chief information officer at Freeman Health describes how he and his team defend everything from HVAC systems to medical devices from hackers looking to wreak havoc.