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This Time Prominent Hospital Group Falls Prey to Hackers Believed to be Based in China
Date:8/23/2014

ver going to be uncovered by off-the-shelf signature-based antimalware or antivirus solutions, and that’s why you need an arsenal like ours that goes way beyond those basic capabilities. We can even hunt down and eradicate many as of yet undiscovered zero-day threats. We can also help coach up internal staff on system behavior and other clues to look for to spot threats early, and help them devise an effective emergency response plan and escalation matrix, or strengthen any existing emergency response policies and procedures.”

The scope of the problem is costing the healthcare industry plenty.

“The NYT article also highlighted some numbers which should be pasted prominently on the wall of every IT security department in the healthcare industry. It siad last year an ESET researcher calculated that the numbers broke down to the protected health information records of 24,800 Americans being exposed every single day! And judging by the record breaches this year already, I doubt that number is shrinking this year. So when you consider healthcare organizations are going to end up paying a hefty cost for each and every compromised record, from the time and resources it’s going to take to notify everyone affected and consumer protection plans they will have to shell out for, to the stigma which can affect patient trust and organizational credibility, it becomes very clear that the cost of doing nothing will end up being far greater than the cost of letting proficient cyber security experts help substantially improve your cyber security posture against future attack attempts and eradicate any existing threats already residing on the network, as well as assist wit
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