Ransomware attacks in healthcare are often caused by inadequate security training. Weak passwords, phishing attacks, and a lack of security patching are the main culprits. Kevin Lancaster, general manager of security solutions at Kaseya, suggests that training videos should be short, engaging, and followed by a quick quiz. Active training methods, such as phishing simulations, should also be employed. Positive reinforcement, such as awards and tying cybersecurity into performance reviews, can foster a culture of security in the organization.
Iran-based hacking group APT34 has launched a new cyber espionage operation, according to cybersecurity firm Trend Micro. The group has been infecting victims with the