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1) Cybersecurity COO charged in hospital cyberattack

Allegedly conducted attack on Georgia hospital that employed his company for security

2) Critical vulnerability makes GE radiological devices vulnerable to hacking

The vulnerability lies in the default passwords of GE's product management software

3) Unprotected servers leave more than 45 million medical images accessible online

The images contain sensitive information of patients in 67 countries

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Greenlight Guru and MedCrypt partner to provide cybersecurity solutions for medical devices
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The InterMed Group announces program to manage cyber risk in clinical medical equipment
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Commonwealth Radiology Associates expands service agreement with Healthcare Administrative Partners
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Paige, Oxford University and UK NHS partners win government funding to evaluate Paige Prostate cancer detection system
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Cyber Security

Cybersecurity COO charged in hospital cyberattack
Allegedly conducted attack on Georgia hospital that employed his company for security
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Scripps Health resumes online operations nearly four weeks after cyberattack
More than 147,000 patients and staffers may have had their personal and financial information compromised
Nationwide cyberattack brings down Irish hospital IT and radiology systems
The attack has led the country to shut down its five radiology centers
Weekend cyberattack continues to keep Scripps Health offline
Not specified which systems were affected or how the attack occurred
Selecting an effective risk management solution
Medical device security programs require risk management solutions - but which one is right for your team?
2020 cyberattack costs health management company $67 million
The cyberattack forced Universal Health Services to take all its U.S. information expertise networks offline
Eight ransomware prevention strategies for healthcare providers
Insights from Shridar Subramanian, chief medical officer at StorageCraft
IoMT – Conquering the new frontier
As more connected medical devices go online, network security vulnerabilities must be resolved
Secure medical device deployment best practices
Improved patient safety requires real collaboration between vendors and hospitals
Law firm cyberattack puts data of 36,000 UPMC patients at risk for exposure
Hacked email accounts contained names, social security numbers and financial information
Unprotected servers leave more than 45 million medical images accessible online
The images contain sensitive information of patients in 67 countries
Critical vulnerability makes GE radiological devices vulnerable to hacking
The vulnerability lies in the default passwords of GE's product management software
LSU Medical Center email breach potentially exposes data on thousands of patients
The type and amount of information possibly accessed varied by location
Philips debuts vendor-neutral cybersecurity solution at virtual RSNA
Part of a collaboration with CyberMDX, a connected medical device security company
Cyberattacks on health systems expected to triple in 2021
Key takeaways from Black Book's latest State of the Healthcare Cybersecurity Industry report
Aetna to pay $1 million settlement over potential HIPAA violations
Allegedly exposed private patient information on three separate occasions
Imminent cyberthreat could disrupt hundreds of US healthcare systems
Ransomware could hold data hostage in exchange for more than $10 million per target