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Healthcare ransomware has become an increasingly common type of cybersecurity attack as medical records have grown in value on the black market. Ransomware is not a new threat, but the number of attacks increased in 2015 and has led the federal government to issue warnings about the implications and potential dangers of ransomware.
The increased use of health information technology by health systems, hospitals, and physician practices has generated large amounts of sensitive data, which has not gone unnoticed by hackers. While some healthcare organizations are forced to develop strategies for responding to a ransomware attack after the fact, others have the opportunity to take proactive steps to prepare their systems and staff for such occurrences. In this webcast, you will learn how to:
- Recognize the latest trends in ransomware attacks
- Identify signs of unauthorized access to systems and information
- Respond to denials of service and other ransomware activities
- Take proactive steps to safeguard systems and staff against emerging threats
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