Cybersecurity for medical institutions
Cyber security is cyber health
As IBM research shows, an increasing number of cybercriminals have become interested in confidential medical data for blackmail, extortion, and other malicious purposes. The banking sector, which was previously considered the most interesting for hackers, was only in third place in the ranking.
The topic of medicine is close to us at H-X Technologies because we are in our own way doctors for systems and organizations. As described in this article which compares cybersecurity with the human body and bodily diseases, we diagnose hidden problems in organizations, show threats, define risk mitigation measures, help reduce them and monitor the cyber health of our clients on an ongoing basis.
Healthcare customer data remains relevant and accurate for many years and is therefore highly valuable to hackers, especially when it comes to data from famous people or celebrities.
Healthcare facilities face the following cyber-security threats:
- Data leaks
- DDoS attacks
- Internal threats
- Hacker attacks
- Social engineering
- Non-compliance with security standards
H-X specialists have many years of experience in assessing and implementing safety in the medical and pharmaceutical industries. We have assessed the security of medical software and computer networks, and have also implemented HIPAA, HITECH, HITRUST, HL7, FHIR and other international IT and medical security requirements and standards at the corporate and industry levels.
Business cases of projects we completed
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