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( Fitch: Credit hit 'unlikely' from Lurie Children's cyberattack
Feb 9th 2024, 15:42

Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago likely won't face an immediate hit to its credit rating from the cyberattack it has been dealing with since late January, ( according to Fitch Ratings.

( How long can hospitals survive a tech blackout?
Feb 9th 2024, 13:11

Hospitals are facing a concerning surge in hacking incidents, as 6 out of every 10 healthcare organizations experienced a ransomware attack in the last year, according to ( NBC Washington. This is raising the question: How long can organizations take care of patients when their systems are seized? 

( Feds warn of new ransomware gang targeting healthcare
Feb 9th 2024, 12:46

The Health Sector Cybersecurity Coordination Center is ( warning about a ransomware gang, Akira, that is posing a new threat to the healthcare industry. 

( CMS revises policy on texting patient orders
Feb 9th 2024, 11:04

CMS updated its policy for clinical teams texting patient orders.

( US senators propose healthcare cybersecurity law
Feb 9th 2024, 11:03

Two U.S. senators introduced a ( bill to combat the growing wave of healthcare cyberattacks.

( US offers $10M for info on hospital hackers
Feb 9th 2024, 10:57

The U.S. Treasury Department is ( offering up to $10 million for information on the leaders of a cybercriminal gang that has repeatedly hacked hospitals.

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