It’s no longer news that hacking is the new normal.

There’s nothing alarmist about acknowledging that ransomware and Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks are becoming more acute, especially in healthcare. As ZDNet recently noted, a report from cybersecurity researchers at Kaspersky Lab revealed 2,900 new ransomware malware modifications between January and March 2016, a 14 percent jump from the fourth quarter.

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