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US Healthcare Firms Among Dozens Hit in 'Orangeworm' Cyberattack Campaign
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4/28/2018 | 8:59:22 PM
Medical records
a popular target for attackers because of just how valuable medical records and patient information is in the criminal market. There is a black market industry obviously on medical records.
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4/28/2018 | 8:56:45 PM
Old technology
The attackers, however, were aware the healthcare vertical as a whole still relies on older platforms and technologies to host medical tech This may be the main reason why healthcare is an easy target.
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4/28/2018 | 8:54:59 PM
Heathcare
Known victims include hospitals, pharmaceutical firms, medial equipment manufacturing firms, and providers of IT and logistics services to organizations in the healthcare sector. Obviusly they see better value in healthcare organizations than others.
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4/28/2018 | 8:47:53 PM
Orangeworm
The campaign is notable for the potential it has to execute extensive damage to high-value x-ray machines, MRI systems, and other medical devices as well as their network infrastructure. Obviously this became new normal, there is no a day that we do not hear attack in the healthcare industry.
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4/26/2018 | 12:33:10 PM
resources to impacted heathcare firms
Appreciate linkable resources to hospotals/health system impacted by orangeworm as stated.


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