Bitcoin cryptowall 3
Posted On 04.08.2018
Ransomware attacks have been steadily increasing in the healthcare industry since the beginning of the year, and with the most recent attacks on New Jersey Spine Center, Marin Healthcare District and Urgent Care Clinic of Oxford, it doesn’t look like the target placed on these providers will be shrinking anytime soon. Hospitals are recognizing the bitcoin cryptowall 3 and are making cybersecurity a top priority.
Read the Analysis: Hollywood Presbyterian hack signals more ransomware attacks to come. New Jersey Spine Center in Chatham, N. Two more ransomware attacks were reported at Marin Healthcare District in Greenbrae, California and the New Jersey Spine Center in Chatham, N. The attack on MHD stemmed from a ransomware attack on Marin Medical Practices Concepts, the health system’s medical billing and electronic medical record services vendor. Meanwhile, the six sites of the New Jersey Spine Center were attacked by Cryptowall ransomware on July 27, 2016. Oxford, Mississippi-based Urgent Care Clinic of Oxford reported it was a victim of a ransomware attack, which appears to have been initiated by Russian hackers. The breach was discovered in August 2016 and occurred at sometime in early July of 2016.