Public Health

  Posted on: Friday, March 27, 2020
Cyber Attacks against Hospitals and the COVID-19 Pandemic: How Strong are International Law Protections?
Homeland Security News Wire
In a situation where most, if not all of us are potential patients, few government-provided services are more important than the efficient delivery of health care. The strain on hospitals around the world is rapidly growing, to which states have responded by mobilizing military medical units, nationalizing private medical facilities, and building emergency hospitals. All of this underlines the urgent need to understand what protections the law offers against attacks – including cyberattacks – on medical facilities.

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