Important Healthcare Cybersecurity Statistics All Clinicians Should Know

January 27, 2019

Healthcare technology is growing exponentially as clinicians realize the value of connectivity. But with this advancement comes new opportunities for cybercriminals. In 2017, there was a total of 477 healthcare breaches that impacted approximately 5.6 million patient records.1. On average, the healthcare industry allocates less than 6% of its overall budget to cybersecurity.2 Therefore, cybersecurity education plays a vital role in defending healthcare organizations from experiencing a data breach.

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Organizations have been investing heavily in attack identification, threat intelligence and the staff required to triage, investigate and resolve security alerts. However, the traditional, manual processes leaves security teams struggling to keep up with the ever-increasing volume of work. Managers struggle to justify additional staff, and they lack visibility into their team’s current activities, metrics and performance. Alerts are not only going unresolved, they often go unseen.

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Organizations have been investing heavily in attack identification, threat intelligence and the staff required to triage, investigate and resolve security alerts. However, the traditional, manual processes leaves security teams struggling to keep up with the ever-increasing volume of work. Managers struggle to justify additional staff, and they lack visibility into their team’s current activities, metrics and performance. Alerts are not only going unresolved, they often go unseen.

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