Ransomware is holding healthcare hostage. Several malicious attacks, in which shutterstock_55650019.jpgfraudsters steal and encrypt data until a ransom is paid, have occurred in matter of weeks at several hospitals across the country. So providers and IT professionals are on edge and looking for ways to fortify their digital defenses and improve cybersecurity.

Our CTO John Harris outlined ways healthcare organizations can protect themselves from this type of data hijacking in Health IT Outcomes. You can read the full article by clicking here.

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