Donald Trump takes over the presidency at a time of increased anxiety about cybersecurity and consumer privacy. High-profile data breaches at insurance companies, healthcare providers, major retailers, government agencies – and his vanquished opponent’s own aides-- illustrate a need for action.
“Government regulations are forcing us to open up our systems and transmit our data, yet we are left to defend ourselves from the hackers who want to steal all the free-flowing data,” says Pamela McNutt, senior vice president and CIO at Methodist Health System. “As threats grow, so does the amount of money providers must spend to secure their environments.”
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