Healthcare Cybersecurity

Improve patient, clinic and hospital outcomes by going beyond HIPAA compliance.
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Rethink Healthcare Cybersecurity

The Internet of Things (IoT) and connected healthcare bring huge opportunities for healthcare organizations, but they also raise major new challenges related to security and data privacy. Complacency with cybersecurity practices can put cybersecurity programs at risk.1 It’s appropriate – and necessary – to review policies and procedures in light of best practices:

  • Augment your program with guidance from the Cybersecurity Act of 2015
  • Use a managed detection and response service for 24x7 endpoint visibility
  • Implement micro-segmentation strategies to limit bad actors’ lateral movement
  • Conduct security evaluations of new devices before you connect them to your network
1 Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society Cybersecurity Survey. 2019.

Focus on risk reduction not checklists

Meeting HIPAA requirements is important, but compliance alone leaves your organization vulnerable. Stay ahead of threats, including ransomware attacks and email phishing against connected medical devices, by assessing and addressing risk.

Solve the problem of unsecure IoMT devices

The Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) has the potential to improve patient care and experience, reduce human error and lower costs. Unfortunately, many IoMT devices don’t come with built-in security. To combat this, consider isolating your medical device environment – and employing 24x7 monitoring so any suspicious activity is identified, blocked and remediated quickly 

Strengthen clinic and hospital cybersecurity on any budget

Healthcare budgets are notoriously tight, leaving few funds to update cybersecurity technology and hire staff. Even critical access hospitals may forego redundant systems and connect to the outside world by a single firewall. Managed security services provide cyber-experts, technology and incident response at a price your organization can absorb.

Lessen Negative Impact On Hospital Operations
Stop cybersecurity threats that affect the quality of service delivery
Secure Medical Devices
Isolate medical devices from IT and monitor them continuously
Stretch Budget Dollars To Do More
Close skills and technology gaps without hiring or purchasing technology
“I’ve completed hundreds of major projects in my career, and this was the smoothest implementation I have ever experienced…the entire Nuspire team made the experience painless, quickly gaining my trust and confidence.”
—Robert Elworthy, Assistant Director of IT, Langdale Industries