Cyber resilience will need to be taken more seriously by healthcare in 2022

Information Age

Abel Archundia, managing director, global life sciences & industrials at ISTARI Global, discusses the need for the healthcare sector to focus more on cyber resilience in 2022, to unlock better health outcomes

Healthcare bodies need to make shifting to a mindset of cyber resilience a top priority.

The healthcare sector, defined broadly as healthcare providers, research organisations and pharmaceutical companies, is possibly the most critical of national infrastructures. That makes it a great target for criminal groups and state-sponsored hackers. Future innovations in healthcare that will safeguard our health, such as precision medicine and rapid vaccine development, are increasingly reliant on an even greater application of data analysis upon sensitive personal data. Improved cyber resilience in the healthcare sector will be crucial...

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