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Why is healthcare so vulnerable to cybercrime?

2 monthes ago   |   By Global Engage

When it comes to cybersecurity, healthcare systems are some of the most difficult to secure, not just because of technological issues. Healthcare providers also need to make difficult decisions about investing in information technologies, security, or the staff and medical facilities which deliver front line healthcare services.
How vulnerable is healthcare to cyber-attack?
Generally speaking, there are two primary models of healthcare delivery: for-profit healthcare and national state-run healthcare systems.
Nationally run healthcare programs generally seek to appease the political...
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