The cyber attack at Banner Health that provided access to the information of 3.7 million individuals is a wake-up call to other provider organizations because of how Banner’s information systems were accessed, says Derek Jones, a senior advisor at consulting firm Impact Advisors.

Last week, Banner Health reported that it had suffered a massive cyberattack potentially affecting patients, health plan members and beneficiaries, providers, and even those who bought food and beverages with a payment card.

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