Protecting your healthcare organization from cyber threats is critical to ensure you remain in compliance with HIPAA and other regulatory measures that outline expectations for safe data handling.
Many organizations make the mistake of only focusing on internal server-side threats, instead of creating a firewall around their entire system. While it’s important to engage strong security practices when it comes to your internal data handling, make sure you never forget the client-side of your organization.
Threats against your client-side security posture will continue to grow, especially as more healthcare organizations take their operations online. Many of the largest breaches have also happened during the pandemic, as many hospitals, clinics, and practices look for easier ways to connect with patients.
By implementing these cybersecurity solutions for your healthcare organization, you can decrease your risk for a data breach and keep your network secure, allowing your providers to focus on what matters most—treating patients.
Regularly monitor for unauthorized activity
Instead of guessing how your client-side attack surface is being targeted, it’s easier to simply monitor it for suspect script activity on an ongoing basis. Two types of responsive data security software that will benefit your healthcare organization are Inspector and PageGuard.