Threat Hunting in Healthcare: What It Is & Why It Matters

Incident response is a vital part of a strong cybersecurity program. However, responding to cybersecurity threats and attacks is only part of the equation. Healthcare organizations need to be proactive in their security solutions, spotting threats before they lead to data loss.  This is where threat hunting comes in.  A...

The Difference Between SIEM and EDR/MDR, and Why You Need Both

Today’s cyber criminals are using increasingly sophisticated tactics to access ePHI from healthcare organizations. Malicious actors obtained over 29 million healthcare records in 2020, and breaches in the healthcare industry have doubled since 2014.  When facing these advanced types of threats and increased rates of malicious acts, healthcare organizations need...

Can You Find and Secure the Sensitive Information in Your Organization’s Network Infrastructure?

All healthcare organizations capture and store sensitive data sets within their IT networks that require extensive protection from unauthorized access or a cyber attack. Unfortunately, many organizations struggle with identifying and safeguarding this information simply because they don't know what qualifies as sensitive data and where such data is located...

5 Threats to Your Healthcare Organization’s Cybersecurity Posture

No matter what the industry, virtually every business battles the constant threat of a cyber attack on various levels. However, for healthcare organizations, the highly sensitive nature of the information stored throughout their networks makes them a prime target for hackers across the globe. As cybersecurity threats within the vertical...