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Study leads to national investigation cyber security HEALTHCARE

by Cybersprint News Mar 11, 2019

The Dutch Minister of Health, Bruno Bruins, has issued an investigation to determine whether all hospitals and healthcare organisations in the Netherlands should be aligned to Z-CERT, the Computer Emergency Response Team for all healthcare Institutions in the Netherlands. The inducement for the investigation is Cybersprint’s report on the cyber security of Dutch hospitals, published in the Elsevier Weekblad on 9 February 2019.

Elsevier commissioned Cybersprint to research the digital security of 28 hospitals (the eight academic hospitals, and the 10 largest and smallest hospitals). All hospitals showed to have vulnerabilities in their systems. The most prominent risks were configuration errors and websites running on outdated software, as much as 25% of all sites belonging to an academic hospital.

Alarmed by the outcomes, many institutions have since started taking steps to improve their organisation’s cyber security.

The Z-CERT foundation was established last year, to help healthcare institutions with cyber security protection and incident support. Minister Bruins stated he thinks all healthcare institutions should be aligned to such an organisation. This governmental investigation assesses if alignment to the foundation should be compulsory for hospitals. Bruins will follow up on the investigation later this year.

the study on the cyber security of hospitals

Cybersprint investigated a total of 7,258 websites, servers and IP addresses of 28 hospitals in the Netherlands. All of the investigated hospitals showed a certain degree of vulnerabilities in their cyber security. Some cases were critical. For example, a baby webcam was still set to factory defaults, meaning that anyone could access the babycam to see the newborns.

You can read the full English report of Cybersprint’s study here.

Read the news item by Security NL here. (only in Dutch)

MEET CYBERSPRINT AT INFOSECURITY NETHERLANDS

On 30 and 31 October 2019 Cybersprint will be present at the Infosecurity Netherlands at Jaarbeurs Utrecht. Infosecurity.nl is the top Dutch exhibition in the field of IT security, data management and cloud computing for IT managers and IT professionals. Please visit our booth C031 where we will demonstrate our Digital Risk Protection solutions. If you use the Cybersprint link below, you can register for a free entrance ticket and you can even be selected by the organisation for a VIP treatment during the Infosecurity. In addition, you can register for our presentation and learn more about the latest ‘Innovations in Cyber Security’.

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Participating 600Minutes Cyber Security Strategies

Cybersprint will participate in the annual 600Minutes Cyber Security Strategies event on 4 September 2019, in Bussum, the Netherlands. This year’s topic is ‘Preparing for the next threats’. We expect to meet many organisations interested in cyber security and hope to help them with advice and solutions. In addition, we will provide insights into the innovative development of our cyber security platform.

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Visit Cybersprint at it-sa from 8-10 october 2019

From 8-10 October 2019, Cybersprint will be present at the it-sa 2019 in Nuremberg, Germany. We invite you to visit us at Hall 10 stand 617, and at the Holland IT Security House at stand 512 for a free demo of our Digital Risk Protection platform. The free demo will provide you with insights into your online attack surface and possible vulnerabilities. Our international team, including German speaking team members, is ready to provide you with information on how to protect your organisation from digital threats.

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