The European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) releases today its first cyber threat landscape report for the health sector. The report identifies prime threats, threat actors, and trends and covers a period of over 2 years. The document also analyzes the impact of the cyber attacks on the sector and provides details about the most targeted entities and affected assets.
The study is based on a total of 215 publicly reported incidents in the EU and neighboring countries.
The first data that emerged from the report is that ransomware accounts for 54% of cybersecurity threats in the health sector. Most of the surveyed organisations (73%) in the health sector haven’t a program to mitigate ransomware attacks.