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Increased cyber attacks,
security breaches, and regulatory requirements are putting you at risk.
You need to protect your data, your patients and your reputation while ensuring compliance, but you don’t have the resources to do it alone. You need a team that knows healthcare and cybersecurity. Fortified Health Security can help you.
With Fortified you have a dedicated force keeping you ahead of the threats and the regulations. Explore our industry-leading processes and technology.
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The right tools and processes to protect your data.
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Despite continuously integrating innovative cybersecurity upgrades and enhancements, the healthcare industry remains a primary target for cyber attacks and data breaches for a myriad of reasons. A medical facility’s technology environment contains employee and provider information, financial data, as well as a full spectrum of highly sensitive patient information, all of which can command top… View Article
Connected medical devices have become an integral part of the patient experience here in the United States. Recent statistics demonstrate that a single hospital room may have, on average, 15-20 medical devices in it, many of them connecting directly into the healthcare facility’s IT infrastructure. Beyond the number in each room, the total number of… View Article
Medical devices are increasingly being connected to hospital networks, the internet, patient home networks, and to other medical devices. This broad sharing of information allows physicians to respond to patient needs more quickly and tailor treatment plans based on outputs from medical devices in use. However, these capabilities also increase the risks associated with cybersecurity…. View Article