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When it comes to ROI, teenage hackers are smarter than hospital execs

Hospital executives struggle to obtain funding for information security due to the difficulty of demonstrating return on investment (ROI). Meanwhile, teenage hackers are experts at calculating ROI and use their skills to make a profit. Symantec Chief Health Officer, David Finn, highlights the challenge of calculating ROI in the context of human lives. Hackers are increasingly using inexpensive tools, such as Windows Powershell and Macros, to infiltrate networks undetected, making it even more difficult for hospitals to protect against cyber threats.

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