Keep your healthcare and patient data out of the wrong hands
Enable diligent protection of your data from cyber attacks
The incredibly sensitive and valuable data healthcare organizations hold, their inability to tolerate any amount of downtime as it can put patients and their data at grave risk, the high rate of employee turnover, and the pandemic have all made the healthcare industry a very attractive target for cybercriminals. Cyberint protects your medical data and external digital assets to defend against ransomware, phishing, and data leakage that causes harm to both your organization and patients.
Why Healthcare Organizations Choose Cyberint
Minimize the impact of information leakage
Get accurate and actionable threat intelligence that identifies databases such as medical records uploaded for sale to dark and deep web forums and marketplaces.
Defend against ransomware attacks
Protect open web interfaces and open ports that may have inherent vulnerabilities for malicious threat attacks to exploit, leading to heavy fines and significant harm to patients.
Preempt phishing attacks and employ takedowns
Discover and continuously scan externally facing digital assets to defend against phishing attacks and act when necessary.
Issues to protect your company from
Ensure that any possibility of data leakage or information theft are minimized as much as possible. Healthcare providers must also ensure that they comply with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).
Medical identity theft
Hackers steal medical records and another personal information to make fraudulent claims against insurance policies, get medical services using stolen policies or for buying drugs.
Phishing attacks pose risks of account takeover, unauthorized access, brand reputation damage, user data compromise, and destroy the reputation of even the most well-established healthcare organizations.
Connected device tampering
Inherent issues of connected devices, such as hardcoded passwords, misconfigurations, outdated firmware, and design flaws, can make them vulnerable to cyber-attacks. Compromised communication between medical devices and servers can lead to the corruption or exposure of critical information.
Cryptojacking / Medjacking
Malicious mining of cryptocurrency, is the use of stolen computing power (CPU) to mine for cryptocurrencies, such as Bitcoin and Ethereum. Cryptojacking involves the infection of general purpose IT infrastructure and Medjacking refers to the infection of IT-based medical equipment.
A typical Healthcare institution system combines various types of devices and end points. As such, it may have inherent vulnerabilities, such as open ports or open web interfaces, that can be exploited to perform Ransomware and other common attacks.
The Rising Cyber Risks to the Healthcare Industry in 2021