The future of medical appointments will be remote. Here's how hospitals are making the transition and dodging new cyber threats, according to one network's security chief.

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Aaron Holmes

The doctor will see you now — but it likely won't be in person.

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced hospitals, clinics, and other healthcare organizations to move much of their medicine online in recent months in an attempt to reduce the density of patients at hospitals and slow the spread of the coronavirus. Doctors have turned en masse to messaging services and videoconferencing apps to treat their patients.

Now, the shift to telemedicine could prove permanent. But cybersecurity experts warn that remote healthcare could pose...

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