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Patient Privacy: Can you recognize the 4 biggest threats?

In 2018, the hacking/IT healthcare incidents breach size had a year over year increase of 148.63%. Nearly 95% of all medical and healthcare institutions have reported being victimized by some form of cyber-attack. You know that the threats to your patients' data are greater than ever before. But do you know how to recognize the 4 biggest threats to patient privacy that your healthcare organization faces?

Having a thorough understanding of the different vulnerabilities in your facility is a critical piece in effectively securing patient data. Not all threats are created equal - and neither are the security approaches to solving them. 

If you craft a plan to fight each of these 4 threats, you can have greater confidence knowing that your patient data and your reputation are secure. 

Healthcare is the only industry where the threat from inside is greater than that from outside.

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