Is Your Practice Prepared for a Ransomware Attack?
It’s getting easier than ever for malevolent agents to carry out ransomware attacks, and dental practices are prime targets. With ransomware attacks having increased by 75% during 2023, dental practice owners and the CEOs of DSOs need to be on high alert.
Have you thought about what you would do in the event your practice or network is victimized by a ransomware attack? Would you be able to keep things running smoothly if you were targeted tomorrow?
In this episode of “The Patient First Podcast,” I share some sobering statistics on the rise of ransomware attacks and explain what steps dental practice owners can take to ensure the security of their data.
I’m Dr. Bryan Laskin, an author, a dentist who has experienced ransomware attacks firsthand and the architect of a practice management solution that offers unprecedented peace of mind in the event of a cybersecurity incident.
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