Healthcare IT execs fear loss of life due to hacked medical devices or networks
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Healthcare IT execs fear loss of life due to hacked medical devices or networks

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According to Veracode’s ‘The State of Web and Mobile Application Security in Healthcare,’ healthcare IT executives cited ‘the potential for loss of life due to compromised networks or medical devices, brand damage due to theft of patient information and regulatory enforcement as their top fears related to such security breaches.’

Sourced through Scoop.it from: www.networkworld.com

ZeroTrust design is even more important at hospitals and clinics where a hack might be lethal literally. And that includes ZeroTrust in the supplied equipment. The Procurement process must include real life IT security competence. It is NOT enough with a product sheet stating HIPAA compliance.

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