Cyberattackers are drawn to health care organizations because providers have a large amount of protected health information and financial data, complex IT infrastructures with proprietary medical devices and legacy systems, and they depend on system availability for managing operations, Rapid7's quarterly threat report found. Researchers advise health care organizations to identify and remediate compromised employee credentials and to use two-factor authentication to address the increase in credential and account leaks.
Report uncovers factors that attract cyberattackers to health care
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