State of Cyber Defense Healthcare – Kroll

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Kroll discovered in the State of Cyber Defense: Detection and Response Maturity Model that there is a worrying disconnect in how mature organizations believe they are, and how mature they are in reality.

This self-diagnosis gap is heightened in healthcare organizations and their confidence in their security and real-world security capabilities which can lead to inadequate security solution provisioning, inaccurate risk assessments, and the impact of an attack can have far-reaching consequences.

Nearly 50% of healthcare respondents rated their overall cybersecurity as ‘very mature’, more than any other sector and 16 percentage points higher than the survey average.

Those in the healthcare sector are also among the most likely to believe that absolutely zero improvements are needed to their security.

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