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( The ransomware groups targeting healthcare
Feb 29th 2024, 17:55

Russia-based ransomware gang ALPHV/Blackcat, aka BlackCat, has made headlines due to its attack on Change Healthcare, but the group has been targeting healthcare for a while. 

( Not just hospitals, pharmacies: Change Healthcare hack hits physician practices hard
Feb 29th 2024, 17:24

It's not just hospitals and pharmacies that have been ( disrupted by the cyberattack on Optum's Change Healthcare — physician practices have been hit hard too.

( Double your cybersecurity spending, CIO warns amid Change Healthcare attack
Feb 29th 2024, 14:54

What does the Change Healthcare ransomware incident mean for healthcare organizations? Doubling your cybersecurity spending, ( according to one health system CIO. 

( When ransomware strikes, who to call?
Feb 29th 2024, 12:39

Ransomware attacks on healthcare organizations have cost the U.S. economy ( nearly $80 billion in downtime. There's another expense that doesn't come with a price tag: The sense of stress and helplessness outages cause. 

( Change Healthcare confirms ransomware attack, hackers claim massive data haul
Feb 29th 2024, 10:47

Optum's Change Healthcare confirmed Feb. 29 that it was hacked by a ransomware gang after the group claimed to have stolen massive amounts of data.

( The main concern for hospitals amid Change Healthcare outage
Feb 28th 2024, 18:01

What is the main concern for hospitals and health systems when it comes to the Change Healthcare attack? The potential impact to patient care and safety, John Riggi, the American Hospital Association's national adviser for cybersecurity and risk, told Becker's. 

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