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Former Obama cyber commission head warns of security risks as health sector races to automation

March 13, 2018 |
Rick Weber
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The former director of the Obama administration's cybersecurity commission is cautioning the health industry about moving too quickly to data-driven innovations and automation without adequate security consideration, advice that comes as the industry is faced with increased ransomware and other denial of service attacks.

“Healthcare is looking for all the ways to automate and create efficiencies as fast as possible, but it's got to be having the security consideration at the same time,” said Kiersten Todt, former executive director of...

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