Why a Data Security Sting Lurks in COVID-19’s Long Tail

Cybersecurity and Privacy   |   Health Care and Life Sciences   |   August 5, 2020
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Carlton Fields cybersecurity and privacy attorney Patricia M. Carreiro was quoted in an article about the heightened risk of data security breaches at health care facilities during COVID-19.

"Perhaps one of the largest vulnerabilities caused by COVID is a particularly distracted [and] stressed workforce, who may be increasingly likely to fall for phishing emails,” Carreiro told Healthcare IT News. “One wrong click, and an entire hospital system could come screeching to a stop.”

READ: Healthcare IT News, “Why a data security sting lurks in COVID-19’s long tail

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