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Healthcare and the menace of cyber-crime

Healthcare cybercrime

For several years, even during times of conflict, medical institutions have been considered sacred places – thus immune from deliberate attacks. The 1949 Geneva conventions obliged immunity for hospitals and medical staff, stating, “Persons regularly and solely engaged in the operation and administration of civilian hospitals, including the personnel engaged in the search for, removal …

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Cyber Response Drills: A Vital Ingredient of a Cyber Resilient Enterprise

CISO Cyber Response Drills

The key reason behind the 2007 financial crisis was that many banks failed to build up sufficient capital against complex securitisation exposures. As the US Government’s ‘Financial Crisis Enquiry Report’ revealed, ‘In the years leading up to the crisis too many financial institutions, as well as too many households, borrowed to the hilt, leaving them …

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