Moody’s Report: Cyberattacks Could Hurt Health Care Organizations’ Credit Ratings
Health care institutions could experience drops in their credit ratings as a result of a steep increase in cyberattacks, according to a new report from Moody's Investors Service. Moody's noted that while cyberattacks do not drive credit ratings, they are viewed as event risks, in that "timing and consequences of a successful attack are uncertain."
- "Moody's Warns of Cybersecurity Risks Affecting Credit Ratings" (Conn, Modern Healthcare, 11/23).
- "Cybercrime Is Impacting Health Care Credit Ratings" (Davis, Healthcare IT News, 11/25).