- Eighty-one percent of health care executives say that their organizations have been compromised by at least one malware, botnet, or other cyber-attack during the past two years
- 13 percent saying they are targeted by external hack attempts about once a day
- 16 percent of healthcare organizations said they cannot detect in real-time if their systems are compromised.
- Patient records are far more valuable than credit card information for people who plan to commit fraud, since the personal information cannot be easily changed
- Only half feel that they are adequately prepared in preventing attacks
Attached is the 2015 KPMG Healthcare Cybersecurity Survey (fantastic charts/graphs)
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