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Beckers Hospital Review Cybersecurity Feed (Unofficial)


( Ransomware group intensifies attacks on healthcare
May 10th 2024, 17:20

Ransomware group Black Basta is accelerating its attacks against the healthcare industry, according to a May 10 ( report from the Health Information Sharing and Analysis Center.  

( Ascension hospital resumes emergency services in wake of hack
May 10th 2024, 16:31

Baltimore-based Ascension Saint Agnes Hospital's emergency department resumed seeing new patients in the midst of dealing with a cybersecurity incident that is hampering Ascension facilities, ( The Baltimore Sun reported May 10. 

( Hospitals to get cybersecurity mandates
May 10th 2024, 10:09

The Biden administration plans to introduce cybersecurity mandates for hospitals that would be accompanied by free training for smaller facilities, ( Bloomberg reported.

( Ascension expects IT outages 'for some time'
May 9th 2024, 20:32

A cybersecurity incident has left 140-hospital Ascension with its EHR disabled, some appointments and surgeries postponed, and the expectation that the 19-state health system will operate on downtime procedures "for some time." 

( What healthcare learned from the Change hack
May 9th 2024, 17:54

The February cyberattack on UnitedHealthcare's subsidiary Change Healthcare affected healthcare organizations across the country as revenue flow was crippled. But what has healthcare learned from the incident?

( ER diversions, canceled appointments: Ascension cyberattack fallout continues
May 9th 2024, 17:27

Ascension hospitals across the country continued to deal with the fallout of a "( cybersecurity event" May 9 involving its St. Louis-based parent system.

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