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73% of healthcare organizations have already been hit by Ransomware

A survey released in January of this year reveals that 73% of the world's healthcare organizations have already suffered an attempted ransomware attack. The survey was conducted with 2980 IT security professionals from 877 organizations by Black Book and brought up worrying data about IT in the health area: 73% of participating organizations have already been hit by ransomware at some point. In addition, 86% of healthcare IT leaders believe attackers are outperforming their companies and don't feel so secure anymore. Why does healthcare suffers so many ransomware attacks The reason is not always just the obvious: retaining important health data so that they pay the ransom and avoid interruptions of devices, systems, etc. The truth is, that healthcare data is highly valued on the dark web. Some hackers target medical records and patient information. So, in the end, you can sell them and profit from them. How a ransomware attack...

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How can technology help improve patient experiences

The health sector produces a lot of data, which guarantees good patient care and helps guide doctors to diagnoses. Therefore, conserving this data is extremely important. On world health day, let's talk a little about the "health" of your data storage and how to use technology in favor of a hospital. Store data on internal hardware or in clouds? Cloud storage is very easy as it accommodates data through a server, unlike the traditional and physical storage system. The information is transmitted and archived on a remote system, and after that, it can be managed, backed up, and made available to the user over a network.When we talk about the security of this data, many questions arise, but with the right provider, you will never have headaches with this kind of concern. Data security is one of the most important benefits of cloud storage.As we mentioned before, having a traditional storage...

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