From WFFA News 8 ABC
Sitting in front of a bank of computer monitors in Addison, John Turner looks at a map of the world. On the screens are hundreds of red flags spread all over the globe, each representing a computer aimed at one of the hospital computer systems he’s tasked with protecting from hackers
Hospitals are a treasure trove of valuable data. Patient information — including Social Security numbers, addresses, email address, and credit card numbers — is gold on the international black market. All a hacker has to do is pierce the hospital’s firewall and scoop up the goodies.
– Don Jackson Director of Threat Intelligence at PhishLabs