PHI, HIPAA, Ransomware

September 2021 - Compliance

Blog Posts

  1. 5 Security Risk Analysis Myths in the Healthcare Industry
  2. Managed Compliance as a Service May Be the Answer to Healthcare Compliance Challenges



It doesn’t just end at ransomware. Criminals have also begun contacting the customers of those affected to collect ransoms out of them too. Make sure you and your customers are protected.

Ransomware is a nasty malware that can be highly disruptive to a business.

Just when you thought ransomware couldn’t get worse, hackers have developed a new strategy of extorting customers of affected businesses as well.

Hackers using ransomware have developed a new strategy for extorting customers of affected businesses, as well as any other parties whose data may have been affected by the malware.

Triple Threat Ransomware is exactly that – a threat.

Make sure to take advantage of the new law if you are in the US!

NIST CSF is an excellent framework for reducing cybersecurity risks that all businesses should follow.

Technology moves so fast that it’s difficult for requirements to keep up. Ensure your organization is secure by today’s standards, not yesterday’s. According to Health IT Security, cyberattacks on healthcare grew 2X in 2020. More than 25% of these attacks were related to ransomware.

Ransomware isn’t just limited to large companies, make sure you are protected. Small businesses are the #1 target of cybercriminals.

Ransomware is a problem across the world – and it’s not just limited to large companies alone. No one, businesses or individuals, is immune from ransomware.

Ransomware can take down vital services in any country, so ensure your tech stack is up to date.

Don’t get fined for a breach. Make sure you stay compliant and secure.