Healthcare and biopharmaceutical organizations have experienced an increasing number of cyberattacks in recent years. This situation has only intensified due to COVID-19 and the ongoing shift to remote work—and there’s no end in sight.
While there’s greater awareness today than ever before about the importance of cybersecurity, these attacks are accelerating, often with devastating outcomes. In fact, the total cost of a data breach in the U.S. rose from $3.54 million on average in 2006 to a staggering $8.19 million in 2019.
How do healthcare organizations protect themselves from these attacks, especially at a time when COVID-19 already places additional stress on workers and their companies?
The answer is security operations.
Security operations is a discipline that combines the right cybersecurity tools and processes with highly skilled professionals. Together, they provide unmatched insight and broad visibility into every aspect of a company’s data and devices.
Read Five Ways Security Operations is Ending Cyber Risk for Medical and Biopharmaceutical Organizations to learn the major challenges facing the healthcare industry, while gaining insight into how security operations can help companies meet these problems head on.