HIMSS: Why the Healthcare Industry is a Unique Target for Cyber Criminals

HIMSS, the health IT conference, is coming up on March 5-9 in Las Vegas, and several of our team members will be in attendance. While we’d love to chat with you, two PhishLabbers will be presenting on why the healthcare industry is such a unique target to cyber criminals. Chris Bowen, our Senior Security Engineer, will be discussing the topic during a fireside chat hosted by Ryan Clemency, one of our account executives.
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The Case for 24/7 Threat Monitoring

You wake up, wipe the sleep away from your eyes, among the first things you do is to reach over and grab your phone. Your work day hasn’t officially begun, but you’re already looking through your emails. The night before? A similar process, but in reverse. According to a Good Technology survey, 68 percent of professionals check their work email before 8 am and another 50 percent check it while in bed. It doesn’t end there though, as 38 percent commonly break from the dinner table to look through their work emails, too.
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What Type of Emails Get Reported the Most?

In anticipation of our previous threat monitoring and forensics webinar we asked the Twitterverse what happens after they report a suspicious email. Does it fall into a black hole? Does IT check it out to mitigate potential impact? The results are in, and interestingly a majority of polled respondents simply don’t know what happens to their emails after they report it.
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