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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.
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The right tools and processes to protect your data.
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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 continue to evolve, IT departments… View Article
Strategic and results-driven penetration testing (also known as pen testing) helps healthcare enterprises maintain the highest levels of network security across their entire organization. Often referred to as “ethical hacking,” a penetration test examines an organization’s digital enterprise vulnerabilities and assesses those vulnerabilities through the same methods that a real-world threat agent would. Pen testing… View Article
Healthcare organizations across the country suffer from a myriad of network security issues that put their (and their patients’) data at risk. Unfortunately, many healthcare administrators don’t realize the scope of their cybersecurity vulnerabilities or just how at risk their organization is for a potential data breach – until it’s too late. It’s only after… View Article