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June 24, 2022: Today we are sharing the Health Care Industry Cybersecurity (HCIC) Task Force's report on cybersecurity: Report on Improving Cybersecurity in the Health Care Industry.  They identified the following 6 key imperatives: Define and streamline leadership, governance, and expectations for healthcare industry cybersecurity Increase the security and resilience of medical devices and health […]
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