Fortified's CEO, Dan L. Dodson, recently spoke with Health IT Answers about cyber-attack trends and how they impact healthcare organizations. Dodson also shares insights into risks associated with remote workers. Topics of discussion:1) Email cyber-attack trends in 20202) Questions organizations should be asking about their cybersecurity programs3) What impacts COVID-19...
The COVID-19 pandemic has driven a rise in targeted, sophisticated cyberattacks designed to take advantage of an increasingly connected environment. In healthcare, it’s led to a rise in nation-state attacks, in an effort to steal valuable COVID-19 data and disrupt care operations. Read the full article here.
COVID-19 has significantly shifted the threat landscape from attacks on individuals and small businesses to critical infrastructure, governments, and major corporations, according to Interpol. Malicious cyberattacks were behind the majority of healthcare IT security incidents, while ransomware demands soared as “big game” variants dominated the threat landscape. Read the full article here.
Fortified Health Security, the recognized leader in cybersecurity for healthcare, today released the 2020 Mid-Year Horizon Report. The report details findings that illustrate how the COVID-19 pandemic has created a sudden demand for solutions like remote work and telehealth, and how meeting these demands has created an increased cybersecurity risk...
Fortified Health Security, the recognized leader in cybersecurity for healthcare, today announced the appointment of Dave Glenn as Chief Revenue Officer. A seasoned leader with over 30 years of combined experience in information technology, cybersecurity, enterprise sales and business development execution and leadership, Glenn joins Fortified Health Security’s executive leadership...
Fortified's President, Dan L. Dodson discuss the state of connected medical device security in the healthcare industry.
If the thought of a cybersecurity breach to your bank is terrifying, imagine the fallout for a healthcare organization tasked with protecting the financial, personal and medical information of millions of patients.
Fortified President Dan L. Dodson recently sat with Rod Piechowski of HIMSS to talk about healthcare cybersecurity risk mitigation, ROI and its impact on organizational culture.
Research shows us that security breaches can greatly impact a healthcare organization’s reputation. Unfortunately, healthcare leaders are stuck in the cross hairs of consumers and hackers. While consumers want transparency, access to information and assurance their personal information will remain safe, hackers are busy compromising patient information at a faster...
The FDA's Medical Device Safety Action Plan - while well-intended in addressing medical device security issues - has several gap areas needing addressed.
Fortified's Dan L. Dodson comments on the FDA's Medical Device Security Plan in this Modern Healthcare article.
In this Beacon Health System cybersecurity case study, Fortified provided VTM, SIEM, DLP and a Connected Medical Device and IoT Security Program solutions.
The California Health Information Management Leaders' CHIA Journal publishes Fortified president Dan L. Dodson's "The Current State of Cybersecurity in Health Care".
Frost & Sullivan conducted an in-depth analysis of the healthcare cybersecurity market and named Fortified as the 2018 North American Healthcare Internet of Things (IoT) Cybersecurity Company of the Year.
Fortified's President, Dan L. Dodson, was able to speak with the eHealth Radio Network in a 15 minute podcast interview.
Fortified's president Dan Dodson was quoted in the Cardiovascular Business article entitled Rethinking Resource Allocation: WannaCry Shakes up Health IT & Device Makers
Read Dan L. Dodson’s guest article for the the California Health Information Management Leaders March/April 2018 publication. Download the full report here.
The DHS has issued an advisory about Siemens medical device vulnerabilities. Be prepared with our Connected Medical Device & IoT Security Program.
Fortified Health Security releases Healthcare Cybersecurity Mid-Year Horizon Report covering medical device security, ransomware attacks (WannaCry / Petya), and more.
A new variant of the WannaCry cryptovirus known as Petya or Petwrap is rapidly spreading.
Healthcare IT News reports that the Center for Children’s Digestive Health shared protected health info with FileFax, but didn't have a BAA in place. Protect your data with Fortified's Third Party Risk Management service.
News of the WannaCry virus has covered the globe. Here is what the healthcare industry needs to know and how to protect themselves.
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Fortified's Third Party Risk Management to provide hospitals and healthcare organizations with a solution to managing third-party risks associated with business associate vendor relationships.
Developed by healthcare and IT professionals, the HITRUST CSF is a certifiable framework utilized by HITRUST CSF Assessors to provide organizations with a comprehensive, flexible and efficient approach to regulatory compliance and risk management.
Our response to Healthcare Innovation News' Thought Leaders' Corner question, "What Healthcare Innovations Do You Expect in 2017?"
As seen in Healthcare Business Today, Fortified Health Security's Dan L. Dodson identifies five major cybersecurity trends in 2017 and steps to take today.
Fortified's Dan L. Dodson shares with Becker's Health IT & CIO Report the top steps for organizations to take in 2017 to protect themselves against cybersecurity threats.
Fortified Health Security's Horizon Report: details about the current state of cybersecurity in healthcare, new and existing threats, and predictions for 2017.
As cyberattacks grow more sophisticated and breaches become more common, healthcare organizations are increasingly aware of their need to partner with experienced security and compliance professionals to help mitigate their cybersecurity and compliance risks.
Ransomware! The word alone strikes fear in the hearts of CIOs, CISOs and hospital administrators alike. What is Ransomware? Ransomware is malicious software which blocks access to a computer system or data in some way until a sum of money is paid.