Why healthcare organizations need a good strategy to find talent, or get left behind.
The recent WannaCry and NotPetya cyber attacks should remove all doubts that organizations are safe from collateral damage when international cybercrime and perhaps even nation-state actors decide to attack. As reports of the attack surfaced, healthcare executives and CIOs especially understood that risks were not contained within the walls of their facility or even their data center, as supply chain partners like Nuance were affected. This seriously disrupted untold numbers of healthcare organizations and increased board interest to act.
One thing is clear: These new threats require new investments not only in technology but process and people. Healthcare organizations need a good strategy to find talent or get left behind. That strategy starts with countering five misconceptions.
“Stop Reacting. Start Preventing”
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