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Healthcare providers

Patient information can be targeted by malicious hackers who exploit it for identity theft, medical fraud, and other criminal activities. Additionally, hackers can compromise medical devices, endangering patients due to inaccurate information leading to severe or even fatal complications.

Health tech services

The rise of health tech devices, such as iOT-based medical tools has led to their widespread adoption across various industries, but not all of them adhere to safety protocols. Failure to segregate these devices into their dedicated VLANs increases the likelihood of network security vulnerabilities.

Pharma and biotech

Pharmaceutical and biotech companies are routinely targeted and attacked by hackers for genetic data and intellectual property. In this rapidly growing industry with an increasing influx of customer data, prioritizing robust data security and governance is critical.

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Sensitive patient and medical information are increasingly becoming a target of malicious hackers. Our global network of ethical hackers can identify even the most intricate vulnerabilities before malicious hackers can exploit them. By leveraging their expertise, you can proactively prevent the misuse of patient data and focus on what matters: improving patients’ lives.

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Maintaining regulatory compliance is crucial for any company that handles sensitive patient information. This includes common compliance frameworks such as HITRUST or HIPAA. With continuous security testing, we enable healthcare providers to meet these requirements to protect sensitive patient data.

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With the rise in data breaches and privacy incidents, healthcare and health tech company clients are seeking reassurance that sensitive patient data remains secure at all times. We help healthcare organizations build robust data protection measures and transparent privacy practices to foster the trust of their patients and partners.

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Investing in proactive security measures now can save significant financial and reputational costs associated with potential data breaches in the future.

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Why is it critical for healthcare providers to strengthen their cybersecurity posture?

Healthcare providers handle sensitive patient data and are increasingly targeted by malicious hacking attacks. Strengthening cybersecurity is crucial to protect patient information, comply with regulations, prevent financial losses, maintain patient trust, ensure uninterrupted operations, address emerging threats, and foster collaborations in the healthcare ecosystem.

What are the risks of a cybersecurity attack for a healthcare institution?

A cybersecurity attack on a healthcare institution can result in severe consequences, including unauthorized access to patient records, data breaches, medical identity theft, disruption of critical healthcare services, reputational damage, compromised patient safety, and potential legal liabilities.

What are some steps healthcare institutions can take to mitigate cybersecurity risks?

Healthcare institutions can mitigate cybersecurity risks by implementing robust access controls, such as strong authentication measures, to safeguard patient data. Regular security assessments, vulnerability management, and penetration testing can help identify and address vulnerabilities. Additionally, educating employees on cybersecurity best practices, implementing encryption protocols, and establishing incident response plans can further enhance the organization's cybersecurity posture.

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