Just a few short years ago, cyber security was a barely-recognized threat. It felt intangible, unlikely, a concern for the future perpetrated by bored yet technically gifted teenagers.
Staff are your organization’s Achilles heel when it comes to cyber security.
Effective internal communication is central to acceptance, user adoption and effective usage of any new systems introduced by IT teams.
But changing how staff work takes effort. They need to be informed of the value of the technology and engaged with it in order for them to use it effectively.
Picture this. You’re sitting at your desk, working diligently. Your phone is nearby, so you pick it up quickly, just to check if there are any new messages. In the short time it takes you to do this, a cyber-attack has occurred somewhere in the world.
Hospitals and other healthcare organizations are increasingly the targets of cyber security attacks. In the first quarter of 2018, the sector has been hit with 77 breaches, affecting the records of more than one million patients.