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Healthcare organisations are increasing information security spending, reflecting a rapid transition to electronic records & data digitisation.
As healthcare professionals and organisations become more connected via use of IoT and BYOD devices the greater the risk of a major breach.
So many of the UK’s National Health Service (NHS) staff are using Google's search engine they have triggered its cybersecurity defences.
The number of US companies admitting to suffering Data Breaches went up 40% in 2016. Healthcare organisations were among the most vulnerable.
A study of screen time and mental wellbeing among teenagers suggests moderate use of devices may be beneficial in a connected world.
The large amount of stolen patient data posted for sale to the dark web in recent months has caused prices for most of those records to drop.
A brain-computer interface can read the thoughts of patients suffering Locked-In syndrome to answer simple yes-or-no questions.
Information hacked from a Financial Institution or Bank is quickly rendered useless. Classified Healthcare data has continued value lasting a lifetime.
The largest National Health Service hospital trust in England has been infected with a virus affecting thousands of sensitive files.
No industry is immune to being disrupted by technology. And that includes conflict and humanitarian relief. Opinion by Anje Kaspersen