Cybercrime is now the fastest growing crime both domestically and worldwide. According to a recent report published by the FBI, on average there were 4,000 ransomware attacks per day in 2016 or one every 40 seconds. Global damages due to ransomware are predicted to exceed $5 billion in 2017. That is up from $325 million in 2015, a 15X increase in two years. But that is just the beginning. It has been predicted that cybercrime damages will exceed $6 trillion annually by 2021 and as the world goes digital, humans have moved ahead of machines as the top target for cyber criminals. The hackers understand the human factor, smell blood and are going after the vulnerable and unprepared health care industry.