Groove paper, Director of Information Systems at Barzilai Ashkelon Hospital, spoke today (Sunday) with Anat Davidov on the program “Where is the money” on 103FM and addressed the question of whether the health system in Israel is vulnerable to cyber attacks, after the attack on Hillel Yaffe Hospital.
“We work with the Ministry of Health’s Information Security Control Center, work with their recommendations and go through all of our systems, do a constant home inspection to make sure we are in good condition,” he said.
According to him, the State of Israel works in a very orderly manner, “there are budgets that are invested in this issue. There is a lot of work that needs to be done, but there is also a lot of work that is invested, in order to maintain the staff and patients.”
“Ultimately, we live in a very challenging environment, there are a variety of medical tools and systems that go into the system, and to produce an orderly security envelope for everything one has to work orderly,” he continued.
Greve explained that following the attack, the alert was increased: “In the end, there are assault attempts that are caused on a regular basis in front of most of the organizations in the economy. Thank God, so far we have no indications of success, we have monitoring systems.”