Despite the WannaCry wake up call, healthcare cybersecurity still lags and COVID-19 is a stark reminder of this alarming situation. The CyberPeace Lab#4 gathered healthcare practitioners and cybersecurity experts* who discussed the
As cyber operations against healthcare providers and emergency responders increase during the COVID-19 pandemic, it is critical to consider all possible avenues for stemming these attacks and their effects. The first
The COVID-19 caused infodemic is spreading much faster than the virus itself. Misleading data, info manipulation, and conspiracy theories trick people into an endless and irrational search for new information.
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