All stakeholders in the medical sphere are concerned.
Doctors (general and specialized: physiotherapist, osteopath, dietitian, chiropractor, pediatrician, midwife, sports doctors, psychologists, psychiatrist), Pharmacists, Opticians, Dentists, orthodontist, dental technician, Speech therapist, Biology laboratory, Biomedical, Hospitals ( Surgeon, nurse, nursing assistant), Clinics, Veterinarians, Paramedic, All medical structures are concerned: from the largest to the smallest.
Cyber risks in the R&D and technology sector
Industry most affected by cyber attacks: 90% of ransomware attacks ”in the second quarter of 2016 targeted healthcare establishments worldwide *
More than 40 million attacks were carried out against hospitals, clinics and health insurers in the third quarter of 2017 **
In this sector where the right to error is zero, it is impossible not to give a primordial place to cybersecurity at the time of health 2.0.
* According to a Lexsi report
** According to Proofpoint's 2018 report on attacks in the healthcare sector
Ensure the sustainability and continuity of your activity:
treat your patients
According to the CNIL, it is the duty of each company to ensure the security of your customers' data in all circumstances and therefore:
Ensure the sustainability and continuity of your activity: treat your patients
Ensure the protection of personal data: those of your patients' health, those of your suppliers or even your employees.
Ensure the protection of sensitive data
Protect the confidentiality of your patients' information in the context of professional secrecy
Ensure the protection of connected tools
Protecting against abuse of privileges
Ensure infrastructure protection
Preserving the image of the establishment
As many ambitions as risks in the face of cyber attacks!
May 12, 2017 will have marked the minds of health professionals. The Wannacry virus has hit all computers around the world and has particularly affected the British public health system by blocking more than 70,000 devices at the click of a finger. The cyber attack consisted in cutting off access to data stored on computer servers until a ransom was paid.
Data security breach can have a big impact on business
Main victim: the patient
Direct threat to his life
Non-compliance with the GDPR: Legal & financial sanctions
Non-respect of confidentiality, therefore relationship of trust undermined with your customers
Financial impact: Data reconstitution costs, see final data loss if no efficient electronic archiving, additional operating costs (staff, use of external equipment ...), expert fees to identify the origin and the circumstances of a claim, recourse costs, cost of IT reconstruction, possible ransoms (Bitcoins> €)
Disruption of the functioning of medical services, possible direct impact on the safety of care
Damage to the image and reputation of the establishment
Loss of personal information
Protected medical data loss
If fear does not avoid danger, prevention mitigates it! It also helps limit the risks of living
In order not to become the weak link in your patients, the practitioner in the medical sphere must know their risks and their adversaries, in order to be able to set up the appropriate security tools: CyberDetection
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