Nearly a third of hospitals and health systems are planning to implement biometrics (29%), digital forensics (28%) or penetration testing (28%) within the next 24 months, according to new HIMSS research. (HIMSS is the parent company of Healthcare IT News.)
However, 43% say funding is keeping their organizations from executing on security challenges they have, the research shows. This is not good as healthcare remains a primary target of cyber criminals.
So Healthcare IT News has interviewed a cybersecurity expert to get his views on where healthcare cybersecurity will be headed in 2022. Manoj Srivastava is general manager of security, ID Agent and Graphus at Kaseya, a vendor of IT management software.
Source: Healthcare IT News