Theft of medical records is so common that if it continues at its current rate, everyone’s healthcare data could be compromised by the year 2024. The problem is that employees are rarely as good at spotting phishing attacks as they think they are, and even the best anti-hacking measures can’t overcome human error.
Securing healthcare data has always been a priority, but it’s become much more of one over the past few years. In addition to the infamous WannaCry attack that crippled healthcare services around the world, 2017 also saw a spate of malware attacks aimed at providers.
Despite the increase in the frequency and visibility of attacks, healthcare providers continue to make a few mistakes that leave them vulnerable to phishing emails.
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