BitSight researchers found that 89% and 98% of pharmaceutical companies are vulnerable to the DROWN and Logjam ransomwares, respectively, which allow hackers to possibly follow their communications, said BitSight Technologies CTO Stephen Boyer. He advises health care entities to take a collaborative and proactive approach to protecting their networks, learning from peers and assessing vendor relationships to make sure everyone is updating their systems, is aware of threats and is trained to act quickly.
Health systems, pharmas, vendors can work together against cyberattacks
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