The healthcare community experienced 149 reported major data breaches in the U.S. during the first half of 2020, according to research.
This maintains the same extremely high record setting rate of healthcare institution compromise in 2019, when there were 310 major reported data breaches. This reflects growth of over 90 percent when compared to the same time period in 2018. Nothing has changed — healthcare institutions continue to be battered at record rates in 2020 by organized crime and nation states that seek to compromise patient data and hold our most important healthcare institutions for ransom.
Healthcare institutions need to objectively measure and assess the performance and efficacy of their security controls, particularly in light of the coronavirus and increased cybersecurity risks to the industry.
In this webinar, Ron Mehring, Chief Information Security Officer, Texas Health Resources, and Carl Wright, Chief Commercial Officer, AttackIQ, will discuss healthcare’s toughest questions:
- What are the biggest security threats to healthcare organizations today?
- How can a healthcare organization operationalize MITRE ATT&CK to find out if their security controls are working?
- What is the best path to assess risk, prioritize, and create a threat-informed defense strategy