49% of small medical practices don’t have a cyberattack response plan
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Findings reveal that 22% of small practices and 45% of large practices have experienced a ransomware attack at some point, with numbers rising in the past three years. Small practices risk more significant losses in the event of a cyberattack, often due to lack of training and inadequate security technology.
The Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), FBI, and FDA recently urged healthcare providers to prepare for cyberattacks as organized criminals are increasingly targeting healthcare practices. According to the survey, the majority of both small and large practices said between 81% and 100% of all their data is stored digitally. This increases the...