Healthcare organizations suffer from security breaches as frequently as patients suffer from the flu. According to HIPAA Journal, health care data breaches have resulted in the theft or exposure of more than 189 million healthcare records. This equates to more than 59 percent of the population in the USA. It’s time to put in place the best cybersecurity antidote, pro-actively.

Cybersecurity for Healthcare Companies

Protect Against Complex,
First-Seen Threats

The sophistication of cyber criminals is rapidly gaining traction in the techniques they use to attack healthcare organizations. Deep Instinct conducts a deep static analysis on any type of file or fileless attack, so that potential advanced threats are stopped before they even have the chance of being executed.

Protect Patient Privacy

The sensitivity and volume of patient data makes healthcare organizations particularly vulnerable to cyberattack. To ensure the ongoing safety of patient information Deep Instinct provides zero-time threat prevention that autonomously prevents zero-day and APT cyberattacks.

Protect All Devices

With more connected devices than ever before, and the acceptance of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), the attack surface of healthcare organizations is perpetually expanding. Added to this, medical devices that are connected to the network can potentially be taken over by exploitative hackers to put a patient’s life at risk. Deep Instinct’s zero-time threat prevention solution is provisioned across multiple layers of defense, to protect against both known and unknown cyber threats, irrespective of connection to the network or Internet.

Protection Beyond

Regulatory compliance, while necessary, is not sufficient protection against today’s cyberattacks. 100% of healthcare organizations that were victims of cyber breaches in 2014 were security compliant. Deep Instinct’s solution not only supports organizations to be HIPAA and HITECH compliant, but achieve a level of protection that way surpasses these standard benchmarks.

Learn more about healthcare cybersecurity as it relates to HIPPA compliance.
Case study
Learn how an Asian-based private healthcare center integrated cybersecurity services to augment their current endpoint security system.