Healthcare Technology Highlighted Article: Updated - Jan 21, 2017

Is the IoT Making Hospitals Vulnerable?

While hospitals benefit substantially from using cloud-based technology systems, they are also becoming an extremely attractive target for potential cyberattacks. As the use of the Internet of Things continues to grow at an exponential rate, it is of utmost importance for hospitals to address the threat of cybercriminals abusing patient data.

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