Many healthcare organizations focus all of their resources on complying with HIPAA and HITECH, thinking that HIPAA compliance alone is sufficient to secure their patients’ private health information (PHI). Yet, despite healthcare facilities bending over backwards to ensure compliance with HIPAA, PHI breaches and ransomware attacks are at epidemic levels. Nearly 90% of healthcare organizations have been breached at least once, 79% have been breached at least twice, and 45% have been breached three or more times. Despite these sobering statistics, only half of healthcare organizations have a security incident response team in place.1
In addition to electronic health records, the growing popularity of healthcare exchanges, mobile apps, and Internet of Things (IoT) devices are fundamentally changing how healthcare is delivered. But with every new advancement, a new set of cyber security vulnerabilities and threats emerge, and in a healthcare environment, a system breach could be a matter of life or death.
Ensure Regulatory Compliance; Secure Your Networks, Devices, and Patient Data; and Protect Against Ransomware
Mosaic451 approaches healthcare cyber security differently than many of our competitors, who offer a static menu of services that may not fit your facility’s needs. We realize that today’s complex healthcare IT environments require an individual approach to network, data, and device security. Mosaic451’s healthcare security solutions are fully customizable and can include:
- Dedicated, 24/7 remote SOC providing threat monitoring and incident response
- On-site personnel to work in tandem with your existing security staff or act as their own full-service security operations team
- Breach assessment services
- Device security management
- Security strategy consulting
- Identity access management
- HIPAA/HITECH compliance and audits
- Business continuity and disaster recovery planning and services
Our team draws upon years of experience working with the federal government to secure some of the most sensitive, high-profile systems in the country: the backbone of the nation’s critical infrastructure.
1 Ponemon Institute, The State of Cybersecurity in Healthcare Organizations in 2016