Connected devices, legacy systems leave hospitals wide open to cyber attack

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April 25, 2019
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The study, based on network traffic data monitored by Vectra over a six-month period, found the most prevalent method attackers use to hide command-and-control communications in healthcare networks was hidden HTTPS tunnels.

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