Practical Tips for Reducing Cyber Risk
Small businesses are experiencing a surge of cyberattacks.
Almost half of all cyberattacks in 2023 have targeted small businesses—and health care is the industry most at risk.
Because cyber threat actors understand that small health care businesses—like dental practices—may not have robust cybersecurity controls or training, despite the amount of confidential data they store.
Though cyberattacks are both frequent and inevitable, you can reduce risk to your practice by implementing even a few key cybersecurity controls.
Check out the following tips and tools to get started and visit this page often for updated content.
Director of Cyber Risk | Delta Dental of Washington.
Please note: The content of this page, including any training modules, is meant to provide general information about cybersecurity best practices. It is based on general industry standards and is not tailor-made to fit any one situation. It does not replace professional cybersecurity services. If you have specific questions, please contact an information technology professional.