We have had an influx of hospitals asking us to help them to help make the hospital a safer place for both patients and staff. With a recent study indicating over 75% of hospitals are increasing security budgets, we are seeing a rapid increase in our customers developing security initiatives within their organizations .
…[The] risk is that attackers discovered the data and slowly accessed it so as not to trigger anti-bot detection mechanisms. But another problem is that access logs are typically discarded. If First American's data exposure has been a multiyear problem, there'd be no forensic data left, making it difficult to assess the ongoing risk.
“Motivated by greed, these defendants betrayed every pledge they made to be good environmental stewards.”
There has been a rapid deployment of a diverse range of connected medical devices such as infusion pumps, patient monitors, tracking and identification tools, and imaging systems. The number and variety of devices that connect to healthcare networks has greatly increased the attack surface. Those devices have introduced considerable security risks which, in many cases, have not been effectively mitigated.