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Cyber Security

US recovers $500,000 stolen by North Korean hackers who targeted US providers
Attackers extorted or used money to launder ransom payments
HIPAA violations, data breach cost Oklahoma University nearly $900,000
Compromised information of almost 280,000 patients
Three best practices to secure healthcare systems and the IoMT
Insights from Tamer Baker, vice president of global healthcare at Forescout
UPMC settles 2020 data breach lawsuit for $450,000
Hackers stole data on 36,000 patients from hospital law firm
Hospital tracking tool leaks sensitive data to Facebook, potentially violating HIPAA
Meta Pixel shared information that risks revealing individual identities
Shield Health Care Group cyberattack impacts over two million patients
Provides MR, PET/CT and ambulatory surgery services at 30 New England locations
Providers see 94% hike in ransomware in 2021
Often pay ransoms to get back sensitive data
Geisinger to run medical systems, applications on AWS cloud environment
AWS will help Geisinger advance AI and machine learning workflows
Three key steps to securing clinical assets
Insight from David Phillips, service marketing leader for customer services at Philips Healthcare North America
Hospitals' latest cybersecurity threat: Burned out healthcare workers
Insights from Dr. Thomas Graham, chief information security officer for CynergisTek
Providers experienced 121% spike in malware attacks in 2021
Were prime target of IoT malware attacks
SAS Health taps Microsoft for FHIR data exchange
Will utilize Microsoft's Azure Health Data Services platform
Scripps Health issues second round of 2021 breach notifications
Ransomware attack shut down EMR and online portals for weeks
Health data hacking booms in 2021
In 2021 healthcare organizations saw a three-fold jump in cybercrime versus the three years earlier
Authentication vulnerability found in Philips' e-Alert MR monitoring system
Warning issued by Cyber Security & Infrastructure Security Agency
Comprehensive Health Services to pay $930,000 to settle alleged false claims
Did not consistently store military medical records securely, lied about controlled substances