Akamai presents: Healthcare and life sciences cybersecurity: Meet the pace of need with the pace of speed in 2023, and beyond
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The accelerated digital transformation in healthcare has extended the healthcare ecosystem exponentially. Wearables and monitoring devices, the acceptance of telehealth as a care modality, and the explosion of patient-facing apps – and more — have all taken cybersecurity from something that was in the backroom in the mid-2000s to the boardroom today. Given recent high-profile ransomware attacks affecting patient care and data security, the stakes have never been higher when it comes to ensuring care continuity while meeting expanding regulatory requirements. The healthcare and life sciences cybersecurity profession must continue to meet the pace of need with the pace of speed when it comes to ensuring operational resilience, patient safety, and data security — into 2023 and beyond.
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