The federal government has set its sights on improving healthcare’s cybersecurity posture through collaborative partnerships. However, stakeholders are frustrated, some even angry, that their proposals appear to recycle past work rather than building on the foundation these leaders have spent their careers making.
“There’s a lot of focus around risk assessments, risk frameworks, then it’s another framework: Guys, frameworks, in and of themselves, do not protect you — and we need protection,” said Dodson. “All it does is tell you what you need to do to become protected. It’s an important step, but it’s the first step.”
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