Darn IT Group custom-built managed security solutions allows your medical clinic to continue to operate effectively and efficiently. We also have your back on compliance and proper data storage to avoid nasty government fines.
Problem #1: Healthcare’s attack surface is growing
Your technology needs to be as flexible as your practice, yet keeping your clinic up-to-date with best practices, security solutions, policies, technology updates, etc. Being out of touch with the best current security practices is a recipe for a disaster to strike you. Supported alongside our vendors, we have the experience and know-how to protect your business from growing cyber threats.
Problem #2: Healthcare cybersecurity risks are ignored
Throwing technology at the problem is not the answer. Darn IT Group Medical Protection services will calculate the amount of risk you are currently experiencing then offering industry approved protection services in order to decrease clinic downtime, minimize data theft, and keep your organization compliant in order to avoid government involvement in privacy breaches.
Problem #3: Healthcare is inter-connected
Healthcare is interconnected in ways never imagined before. Technology is the thread that binds the industry together, however, the risks keep increasing due to the connected environments. This means clinic’s of all sizes are not immune to the growing cybersecurity risks that come with using local or cloud-based technologies. This is similar to a seemingly innocent scrape on your leg that can lead to a systemic infection that jeopardizes your life.
Problem #4: Stolen patient data is valuable
Medical data is worth more to cybercriminals compared to credit card information. One reason is the longevity of the data, and another is its richness. The richness means extensive patient information can be obtained from medical records which could lead to fraud, identity theft, and blackmail. This is the real reason that the healthcare industry is rated high-risk for cyber attacks as criminals are working around the clock to seek and attack healthcare organizations.