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4 ways hospitals should respond to hacker strikes
Provider organizations need a plan to minimize damage, react constructively.
The Day After: How Hospitals Should Respond to a Cyber Attack
Cyber criminals try to hack providers for a variety of reasons—they may want personal medical records; associated information of value, such as debit and credit cards numbers and Social Security numbers; and even biomedical research for intellectual property theft. A new report from KPMG, “The Day After,” examines a four-phase approach to remediation that organizations can use in the hectic hours after discovering a cyber attack. Those phases include react, respond, transform and sustain.