Businesses in many industries never thought they would be the focus of cyber attacks, until they experienced one. In particular, hospital executives never thought anyone would attack them on the premise that they’re just a hospital.

Now, many healthcare organizations know better, says Raul Kashyap, chief security architect at Bromium, which sells software to ward off malware. Larger organizations now are hiring chief information security officers and bulking up defenses, while smaller ones are still trying to figure out what they need to do to improve security. “Most understand the threat and are scrambling,” Kashyap says.

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