Report – Infected Devices and Healthcare in 2023

One of the greatest cybersecurity challenges in 2023 is infostealer malware (or “stealer malware”) and infected device markets. Malicious actors infect devices through stealer malware variants such as RedLine, Raccoon, Vidar, and more, then sell the data they extract.

Infected device pricing varies based on multiple factors, and those containing protected health information (PHI) are especially valuable on the dark web. Threat actors are increasingly targeting healthcare organizations ranging from hospitals to elder care facilities. 

Check out our latest research investigating:

  • What percentage of healthcare organizations with more than 500 employees have an infected device for sale on Genesis Market that contains access to a corporate system or service?
  • What are the price differences in infected devices for sale (average infected device price with or without corporate healthcare access?
  • What percentage of healthcare organizations have more than one, three, or five infected devices currently for sale on Genesis Market?
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Eric Clay

Marketing Director

Eric Clay has a strong cybersecurity background and significant experience building marketing approaches for SaaS companies. Clay began their career at a B2B marketing agency as an outside consultant for inbound lead gen processes in the cybersecurity and SaaS space and later became CMO at two cybersecurity startups. As Flare’s Marketing Director, Clay works with our marketing team to set and improve marketing strategies and approaches.

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