New studies from Trend Micro and Thales suggest healthcare providers are vulnerable to attack and investing more heavily in security as a result.
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With the healthcare IT world’s biggest event of the year—the 2017 HIMSS Conference and Exhibition—currently underway in Orlando, vendors are publishing new data on risks and trends in healthcare security this week. Here are some highlights from two especially insightful studies by Trend Micro Inc. and Thales Group.
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