Black Book’s Q4 2017 survey finds the majority of health care organizations do not have an appointed cybersecurity leader, HealthITSecurity reports. Of the 323 U.S. health care organizations tapped for the survey, 84 percent have not named an individual to head their cybersecurity efforts, with 11 percent saying they plan to hire a cybersecurity officer in 2018. Of the respondents, 15 percent have a chief information security officer, and one-third said they have a cybersecurity program manager. "The low security posture of most healthcare organizations may prove a target demographic for which these attacks are successful," Black Book Managing Partner Doug Brown said in a statement.
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