Senators ponder more federal actions on health care cybersecurity

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While there are experts and resources available, health care systems across the nation could use more help from the federal government to strengthen their computer networks against malicious attacks.

The U.S. Senate Committee on Homeland Security & Governmental Affairs joined the public discourse over health care cybersecurity – and the urgency of threats – on March 16. The hearing, titled “In Need of a Checkup: Examining the Cybersecurity Risks to the Healthcare Sector,” included testimony from four industry experts.

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