Compared with other major industries, healthcare believes itself to be at significantly lower risk for data breaches now than when the COVID crisis began prompting employers to let staff work from home.
That’s according to 937 IT professionals who responded to a global, cross-industry survey commissioned by Netwrix, a cybersecurity supplier based in Irvine, Calif.
Only 18% of healthcare respondents told the company they felt at greater cybersecurity risk in June than before the pandemic descended.
That was the lowest of all industries analyzed, as the survey report shows healthcare distantly trailing three industries bunched closely together—education (33%), finance (30%) and government (29%).
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