Healthcare Ransomware: Hospitals On Hold

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Download Hospital operations coming to a grinding halt. Patients being admitted by handwritten records. And a mysterious message explaining that the only way to get things back up and running is to pay a ransom. It's a scenario that is all too familiar to many hospitals around the country, and it's only getting worse as cybercriminals realize how easily they can penetrate the weak security at many hospitals.

How does a healthcare organization protect itself and keep operations running smoothly? Download our eBook Healthcare Ransomware: Hospitals on Hold to learn the measures your hospital or healthcare organization can put in place to ensure that this menace does not happen to you.

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