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The HIMSS estimates that 80% of healthcare organizations have had a significant cybersecurity issue in the last 12 months.
Healthcare data breaches cost an organization on average $408 per compromised record.
Cybercriminals have discovered the value of medical records held by private healthcare organizations: Personal information, social security numbers, medical history—all of these easily accessed, sold, and exploited.
While widespread outdated systems and poor web code make the industry vulnerable for cyberattacks, a busy workforce that is typically uninformed about everyday threats makes it easy for attackers to get sensitive patient information.
Recent breaches have exposed millions of patient records such as AMCA (25M), UnityPoint Health (1.4M), the Employees Retirement System of Texas (1.2M) and AccuDoc Solutions (2.6M).
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