Since Covid-19 the health sector is under pressure, but patients' health remains the main priority. An objective that hackers profit from as they take advantage of the permanent urgency of access to industry data, in order to receive money via ransomware attacks. Especially since the healthcare sector is particularly vulnerable due to the lack of investment in cybersecurity, the vulnerabilities of existing technology and the behavior of staff. The progressive digitization of the sector, notably on the inter-connections between IT systems and equipment or on data exchanges, has strongly increased the attack surface, allowing the possibilities of data-breaches to grow.
Health data brings more value due to its multitude of information. The average value of health records on the dark web is estimated to be $100, while a credit card number is only valued at $1 or $2. Health appears to be the new Eldorado for hackers, and the sector has a lot of catching up to do.
According to our research the main challenges for IT security in healthcare are:
What sticks out from the chart is a high number of Network & Application Anomaly Incidents. Especially we see high amounts of Confirmed Incidents regarding Unauthorized Information Disclosure.Download our Security Navigator 2023
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