Protect your Dental Practice from New and Emerging Cyber Security Risks
On Demand/Self Study | 1 Hour
Risk Management, Record Keeping, Ethics
"Cybersecurity... is an afterthought... as doctors use legacy hardware and software, staff lack the security know-how to implement updates and patches in a timely manner, and many medical devices lack security software altogether."一Malwarebytes, 2019
That was a statement from 2019... and yet the same problems with safeguarding Protected Health Information (PHI) continue to leave practices vulnerable to increasingly sophisticated attacks. Cybercriminals often target dental and medical practices through email. These emails trick you into clicking a dangerous link or calling a scam phone number. Their goal is to access your system and mine your data without you knowing it or hold your practice information for ransom. PHI is a high-dollar commodity, selling for hundreds of dollars per record. That makes practices with outdated tech and protocols prime targets. In this course you’ll learn how to identify cybercrime tactics and what steps to take to prevent your data from being stolen, sold or held for ransom.
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