Recent cybersecurity attacks—how they were executed or thwarted—can provide solid guidance on how to blunt future attacks. Healthcare organizations must understand past cyberattacks to gain knowledge that enables them to move nimbly with tomorrow’s threats, says Ron Mehring, chief information security officer and vice president of technology and security at Texas Health Resources. During an educational session at HIMSS19, Mehring advised attendees to examine how hackers mounted recent attacks elsewhere. There is no time to wait as providers must recognize…