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Cybersecurity is, and will remain, the biggest challenge many healthcare institutions face. And while it may not be possible to prevent all cyberattacks, thoughtful steps towards mitigating risk and a plan to address attacks when they do happen will ensure leaders are stewarding their companies effectively through the years to come.
The risks associated with improper data management in the healthcare industry go beyond financial loss and reputational harm, encompassing everything from patient identity theft to hampering leadership decisions and endangering lives. Yet, with the right governance, risk and compliance processes in place, healthcare organizations can thrive.
Amid escalating security risk and increasingly high stakes, organizations need to bridge the gaps in data security management.
The fragility of our cyber landscape raises many questions for boards, management, investors and regulators. How can we mitigate the risk of state-powered and multinetwork attacks on U.S. corporations?
Our latest white paper examines the important role a cyber risk scorecard has to play in making organizations aware of the multitude of cyber risks they face, and how to deal with them. As we rapidly move towards a digitally led future, boards must ensure they have solutions in place that can help protect against any vulnerabilities.