Mobile devices and new technologies have the potential to help medical professionals improve patient outcomes and well-being.
ABSTRACT: Cybersecurity threats are estimated to cost the world US $6 trillion a year by 2021, and the number of attacks has increased five-fold after COVID-19.
Important new regulations on medical devices will be applicable from May 2021, highlighting the need to improve both cybersecurity and safety.
These ENISA guidelines highlight cybersecurity as fundamental in shaping IT environments in modern hospitals across all procurement phases.
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The Aon Cyber Security Risk Report 2019 uncovers the biggest threats to businesses worldwide as the landscape continues to evolve.
EU Policy Measure: Medical Devices
PANACEA research has been tracking the impacts of COVID-19 on cybersecurity in healthcare, such as the significant increase in cyber scams like phishing and weak links due to inc
In May 2020, the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) published advice to the healthcare sector on coping with the increase in phishing campaigns and ransomware attacks during COVID-19.
The European Cyber Security Organisation (ECSO) has published a report on the results of its survey on COVID-19 and cybersecurity with its members and wider community, spanning l
The number of cyber-attacks around the world exploded in 2020: exploiting the Covid-19 pandemic as an opportunity for cybercriminals to take advantage of the shift in focus towards smart working and hospital staff transferred to the frontline.