Why Healthcare Organizations are Moving Disaster Recovery Measures to the Cloud

According to new research from the Ponemon Institute, healthcare organizations are the target of about one cyberattack per month. The researchers found that almost half of the 535 healthcare IT and IT security practitioners surveyed experienced a breach involving loss or exposure of patient information in the past year. The most common types of cyberattacks on healthcare organizations resulted from system failures, unsecured medical devices, identity theft and unsecured mobile devices.   Because of the critical and very private information that healthcare organizations keep on hand, a good disaster recovery plan is an absolute necessity. In fact, since 1996, HIPAA has required that healthcare organizations maintain a disaster recovery plan…