The Healthcare Industry
Healthcare organizations are attractive targets for today’s hackers due to reams of personal and health information providers process and store on behalf of consumers. Electronic Health Records (EHR), which includes valuable data, such as a person’s full name, birth date, SSN and billing information, are like digital gold to adversaries given the lucrative opportunities associated with selling personal information on the black market.
Key Healthcare Industry Challenges
Instant and reliable access to accurate patient data saves lives. Clinicians need to see patient records on demand. But vigilance is mandatory. Confidential medical data is particularly vulnerable to malware and ransomware attacks, and therefore mandates stringent security controls.
Medical facilities and clinicians typically rely on outdated systems and devices, often running older versions of software and security tools that are highly vulnerable to compromise. A single outdated or compromised system can result in a major breach.
Modern technologies, like Internet of Things (IoT) medical devices and EHR applications, are delivering unprecedented accessibility, connectivity and scalability to improve efficiency and enhance patient care. But at the same time, they are expanding the attack surface and sensitive data is repeatedly being exposed to threats involving theft and misuse.
ThreatQ Brings Order to Healthcare Security Operations
all sources of external (e.g., NH-ISAC) and internal (e.g., SIEM) threat intelligence and vulnerability data in a central repository.
noise and easily navigate through vast amounts of threat data to focus on critical assets and vulnerabilities.
what matters most for the health system environment.
only relevant indicators into your HIPAA-related security policies.
for malicious activity which may cause significant harm to patient records and healthcare organizations.
on known security vulnerabilities in currently active exploits which may impact regulatory status.
ACCELERATE ANALYSIS AND RESPONSE
and response to attacks against multiple targets including network-connected medical devices.
push threat intelligence to detection and response tools.
The Power of ThreatQ
The ThreatQ platform has taken a threat-centric approach to security operations. This approach allows security teams to prioritize based on threat and risk, collaborate across teams, automate actions and workflows and integrate point products into a single security infrastructure.
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