#1 Task for Healthcare Cybersecurity: Work on Culture

You can put together a great cybersecurity strategy and deploy the latest network security technology. But data reveals that it is employees who introduce risk into your system. Almost all phishing attacks that led to a breach brought with them malware, and 28 percent were targeted, according to the 2017 Data Breach Investigations Report from Verizon. That's a lot of viruses attacking your healthcare network. But what if you could turn that around and make your employees your best defense?

4 Tips to Tackle the Cyber Security Talent Shortage

Despite better technology to defend against threats and organizations' stepped-up budgets for tools, the industry is facing a major hurdle. For the last few years, the cyber security skills shortage has been mounting, and there's no solution in sight. Some studies put the gap in cyber security workers between 1.8 million and 3.5 million in the next few years. Since the talent gap situation won't be improving anytime soon, CISOs, CSOs and IT managers need strategies that address the shortage.