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Protect against IT attacks in the healthcare sector

The healthcare industry is moving to store all information electronically which is, without a doubt, beneficial for patients and caregivers. However, this has generated serious security problems for the healthcare industry.

Medical histories, test results, social security numbers, confidential employee information, patients and company data: all of them are incredibly valuable and are surrounded by the latest technology. The problem is, they are protected with a security system that is now obsolete.

In this white paper, learn about attacks to the healthcare industry and how these types of attacks can be avoided in the future.

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