Upgrade your Healthcare cybersecurity

The growing number of cyber-attacks can have a direct impact on healthcare organizations, affecting even patient care delivery. With the advanced technology and connectivity in healthcare today, cybercriminals have more opportunities than ever to target healthcare data and cause disruption of care. Healthcare organizations should consider cybersecurity improvements a critical investment.

Cybersecurity and Security Operations

Embrace digital transformation

As healthcare organizations embrace digital transformation, they will witness increased cyber-attacks putting patient data and patient safety at risk.

The challenges faced include:

  • Ransomware preventing access to data
  • Denial of service attacks making critical computer systems unusable
  • Malware and hacking leading to theft of personal information
  • Mistakes and intentional acts of employees, subcontractors and vendors resulting in theft or loss of data

Neutralize cyber threats

CareTech can help you identify cybersecurity risks and vulnerabilities and help you with effective response. We can help you comply with HIPAA and other regulatory requirements.

The challenges faced include:

  • Cybersecurity Risk Assessment
  • Identity and Access Management
  • Security Operations Center
  • Cisco Umbrella
  • Legacy Archiving

Information Security and Risk Assessment

CareTech Solutions can help you develop an effective information security program and comply with the requirements of the HIPAA security rule. A critical step to effective information security and HIPAA compliance is an information security risk assessment. Our comprehensive risk assessment evaluates HIPAA security compliance and risks related to employee workflow, business practices, physical security, policies and procedures, workforce training, IT staff practices, and vulnerabilities in systems and technology.

Questions Healthcare Leaders Must Ask

CareTech Solutions is ready to help healthcare leaders understand the security and compliance posture of their organization. The questions that healthcare leaders must ask are:
  • Is my current security program appropriate and effective to manage today’s cyber threats and risks?
  • Have we made the right investments for cybersecurity?
  • What is the maturity level of my security program?
  • Is there any gap in preparedness to safeguard data and information systems?
  • Am I in compliance with HIPAA and other relevant laws and regulations affecting personal data?

Connect with our cybersecurity professionals and we can help you answer these questions and work with you to develop an effective cybersecurity program that can stand up to current threats